- Marcus Rashford is currently wanted by Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid
- Rashford's current deal at Manchester United will expire at the end of next season
- Real Madrid are ready to offer Red Devils massive sum of £100m to sign the player
Marcus Rashford who currently plays for Manchester United in the Premier League has emerged as a major transfer target for Real Madrid in which the club are reportedly ready to pay £100m.
Rashford is presently holding out on discussing terms for a new contract at Old Trafford as Manchester United want to tie him down at the club for a longer period.
The Englishman wants to wait for some time before he decides on whether to sign another deal with Manchester United or walk away.
And according to the latest report by UK Sun, Real Madrid want to explore the uncertainty behind Marcus Rashford's future at Manchester United and lure him to the Spanish La Liga.
Rashford was also said to be frustrated under ex Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho who failed to give him regular playing time.
He was not getting a chance in his favored striking role through the middle and was ready to consider the option of a move abroad.
His mood is now said to have changed under Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but Real Madrid still believe they can convince the Red Devils with impressive offer.
Marcus Rashford is currently on £60,000 a week deal at Manchester United, and his deal will expire at the end of next Premier League season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford reportedly emerged as a target for reigning Spanish La Liga champions Barcelona who are ready to tempt the Red Devils with stunning bid.
The future of the England international is uncertain at Old Trafford with clubs like Real Madrid and AC Milan also monitoring the youngster.
But according to the latest report, Barcelona want to beat Los Blancos and Milan to the signing of the Englishman during the transfer window.
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