Manchester United: Club won’t break ‘Ronaldo rule’ for Marcus Rashford

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Gabbie Odonkor  - Chief Executive Officer 456 Views
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Manchester United have made a big decision regarding the future of Marcus Rashford.
Under the orders of Erik Ten Hag, the English striker has been performing well in recent weeks with the Red Devils. With 16 goals and six assists in all competitions, the Red Devils want to shield Rasford by offering him another contract. But the club doesn’t want to go crazy and doesn’t intend to break the “Ronaldo rule.”
Marcus Rashford, who is linked with the club until 2024, is courted by clubs like PSG. Management wants to extend his contract for several years now. The Daily Mail confirms that the club and the player are in talks, but there is no agreement yet. The Manchester United club does not want to spend too much to renew Rashford’s contract. Indeed, the club wants to remain firm on its course of action, namely not to exceed a weekly salary of 338,500 euros. case to follow.

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By Gabbie Odonkor Chief Executive Officer
Gabriel Djabatey Odonkor , known professionally as Gabbie Odonkor, is a Ghanaian Sports blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter. He founded, a sports website and blog that primarily publishes news about sports.