Marcus Rashford is reportedly ‘stalling’ on a new contract at Manchester United as he awaits a resolution to the club’s ownership situation.
Rashford will enter the final season of his contract at the club this summer and has been in negotiations over a long-term extension at Old Trafford.
United’s current owners want to impose a salary cap at the club of between £200,000 to £300,000 a week, with Rashford offered a deal that would place him among the Red Devils’ highest earners.
However, United are in the process of a potential sale and The Sun are reporting that Rashford is prepared to wait for the outcome of the takeover battle before committing to a new deal.
The contenders to takeover the club will submit their second proposals to the Glazer family on Friday, with Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim and British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe the most high-profile suitors.
Rashford is enjoying the best season of his career to date with 27 goals in 44 appearances across all competitions and will not be short of suitors should he decide against a new deal at United.
Paris Saint-Germain are long-term admirers of the 25-year-old, who understands his next deal will be the biggest contract of his career.
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