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Man United set to receive HUGE Marcus Rashford bid from PSG this summer



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Paris Saint-Germain are set to bid a massive £75million for Marcus Rashford as they prepare for life without Kylian Mbappe.

PSG made an attempt to sign Rashford back in 2022, offering him a £400,000 weekly wage, but the Englishman rejected it and stayed on to earn a new deal at the end of last season, keeping him at Old Trafford until 2028.

But, with Mbappe’s transfer to Real Madrid this summer looking like the worst-kept secret in football, the French champions are preparing a second attempt for Rashford, according to reports from The Mirror.

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The opening bid expected from Paris is a massive £75m, which would be pure profit under the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules due to Rashford’s status as a home-grown academy player.

This would act as a massive boost for new owners INEOS, who will be forced to sell players if they hope to pursue players such as Gleison Bremer, Jarrad Branthwaite and Michael Olise in the summer.

And with the relationship between Rashford and Erik ten Hag‘s Manchester United at an all-time low, now may be the time to cash in on the 26-year-old local hero.

In October, Rashford was spotted in a Manchester club celebrating his birthday just hours after a humiliating 3-0 loss to local rivals Manchester City, behaviour described by Ten Hag as “unacceptable”.

Just months later, Rashford missed a training session after calling in sick following a boozy night out in Belfast.

Ten Hag immediately dropped the Englishman for United’s next game, the 4-2 win over Newport County in the FA Cup.

However, in an interview with the Player’s Tribune last month, Rashford hit out at critics and emphasised his commitment to Manchester United.

He said: “If you ever question my commitment to United, that’s when I have to speak up. It’s like somebody questioning my entire identity and everything I stand for as a man.”

Therefore, it is possible that Rashford will once again reject a move to Paris and continue to fight to prove his worth at Old Trafford.

Should a deal for Rashford prove too difficult for PSG, then it is also believed that they have been monitoring Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, who looks set to leave the Italian champions this year.