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Two reasons PSG have ended their interest in Marcus Rashford following Manchester United’s reply



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Ligue 1 club PSG have ended their interest in Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, according to recent reports.

Marcus Rashford‘s future at Manchester United is up for debate at the moment, with the England international failing to match expectations under Erik ten Hag this season.

Last campaign, Rashford was nothing short of fantastic at Old Trafford, scoring 30 goals across all competitions and helping United lift their first trophy in almost six years, scoring in the Carabao Cup final.

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However, this season has been much less fruitful. The winger scored eight goals and provided five assists, and the club is sitting seventh in the Premier League table.

Rumours of a potential departure to PSG this summer had been circling. But, in a new turn of events, this reported interest is now over.

PSG’s previous Rashford bids

Reports last month claimed that PSG were looking at testing United’s resolve to keep Rashford with a £75 million bid in the coming summer.

This is the same club that also offered him a £400,000 weekly wage in 2022, which the Englishman rejected and stayed on to earn a new deal at the end of last season, keeping him at Old Trafford until 2028.

“We didn’t re-sign him last season for four years with the intention of selling him,” Ten Hag said last month when questioned about the rumours of a bid from PSG this summer.

“He should be part of this project.”

Two reasons why the interest is gone

However, following the murmurs of a £75 million bid, United reportedly responded that it would take an offer of at least £100 million for the club to even consider selling Rashford. which is the first reason why they have ended their interest.

According to The Sun, the current Ligue 1 leaders are said to have made it clear they now have ‘no interest’ in the winger following this reply.

Beyond this, it is also claimed that his ‘dreadful performances’ this season have turned PSG off the move, convincing them to give up chasing the 26-year-old.