Marcus Rashford ‘wants to STAY and fight for his place at Manchester United under Erik ten Hag’
Marcus Rashford ‘wants to STAY and fight for his place at Manchester United as the out-of-form striker looks to hit the ground running under Erik ten Hag with an intense pre-season training regimen in the US.’
- Striker Marcus Rashford, 24, is reportedly keen to stay at Manchester United.
- English star Rashford has experienced the worst scoring season of his career
- United’s academy product has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich
- But Rashford is said to want to fight for his place under new boss Erik ten Hag.
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Marcus Rashford is keen to remain at Manchester United and will train in the US in a bid to get off to a good start under new manager Erik ten Hag, according to reports.
The out-of-form striker has struggled this season, but despite being linked with a transfer, he wants to stay and fight for his place at Old Trafford.
And as stated by Telegraphhe will fly to the United States for intense warm-weather training in June to get his pre-season preparation off to the best possible start ahead of the 2022-23 campaign, the first with ten Hag as boss.
Forward Marcus Rashford (above) is keen to stay and fight for his place at Manchester United
He will embark on intense warm-weather training in the US in June to get his pre-season preparation off to the best possible start, the first with Erik ten Hag (above) coaching the Red Devils.
The England star endured the worst season of his career, interrupted by injuries and lackluster form, scoring just five goals in 32 appearances in all competitions.
The Red Devils finished sixth, 35 points behind rivals and champions Manchester City and without trophies for the fifth consecutive year.
After often being overlooked by caretaker boss Ralf Rangnick despite his return from injury, his future at the club has been in doubt, with German giants Bayern Munich believed to be among the clubs keeping an eye on his situation. .
England star Rashford, 24, was frozen under caretaker boss Ralf Rangnick (left) last season
The 24-year-old international has once again been left out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad for all four of the Three Lions Nations League games next month and will aim to return to the squad for the World Cup. Qatar later this year.
It is believed that he believes that the best way to do this is to rediscover his fitness and form at his hometown club.
Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard, who will leave United when his contract expires next month, is attracting interest from West Ham and AC Milan as he also looks to resurrect his international career.