MANCHESTER United manager, Erik Ten Hag has made his stance known on England forward, Marcus Rashford’s rumoured exit from the club.
The 24-year-old Manchester United forward who had a bad time last season has been rumoured to be on his way out of the club with Paris Saint-German (PSG) showing interest.
Erik Ten Hag has however made it clear that he won’t be letting go of the player, putting out a warning to admirers that the player won’t be up for sale this season.
He said: "He's really important. You have seen from his first day here, I'm really happy with him. I don't want to lose him, he's definitely in our plans at Manchester United."
In related news, Manchester United have opted out of signing Marko Arnautovic this week, following a furious backlash from fans.
The team management will now focus on completing the deal of Adrien Rabiot from Juventus, with a fee of £15 million ($18m) being agreed for the France international midfielder.