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While Florentino wants it, the house that Rashford will buy in Manchester.

By Liam Styles

While Florentino wants it, the house that Rashford will buy in Manchester.

Good news could come soon for the United striker. 

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England have done their job and thrashed the Macedonian national team by 70 in the fourth match of group c of the qualifiers for Euro 2024 in Germany. It was an easy two games for Gareth Southgate's side, who had no qualms about fielding all their first-choice players despite the lower calibre of opposition they faced.

The circumstances of the game were such that Marcus Rashford came up big and was one of the main protagonists of the night. He was able to score a goal before the 45th minute and set up Bukayo Saka, who scored a hat trick and thrilled the fans who are looking to be champions again in Europe.

Rashford had problems of continuity in his early years with Manchester United. But little by little he has found himself in the starting line-up and with the goals that have made him one of the big names in the Premier League. And he has already attracted the attention of other powerful teams in the European circuit such as Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. All of them without the possibility of being able to sign him due to the high cost of his contract.

With the change of administration and the arrival of Sheikh Jassim, United are ready to become again the powerful team they used to be a few years ago with the best signings in their squad. And that's why Rashford's situation could change in the coming months, if there is another interested party with enough capital to buy him out of his contract.

What will happen with Rashford at United?

Journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that Marcus Rashford has agreed to sign for Manchester United on a long-term deal. That would mean an increase in salary and the valuation of his contract for more than 80 million euros for whoever wants to take him from the Red Devils. With this they will be looking to shield one of their biggest stars from teams like Paris Saint-Germain or Manchester City, who are still looking for the Premier League's top stars to have them in their ranks and made Rashford to buy his house worth around £1.9 million.


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