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Big blow for PSG in the Marcus Rashford case

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Big blow for PSG in the Marcus Rashford case
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Currently 5th in the Premier League, Manchester United has to deal with several hot issues while preparing its return to competition after the international break due to the World Cup in Qatar. In addition to the case of Cristiano Ronaldo, now a free agent after leaving the English club, the Red Devils have been put up for sale by the Glazer family, owner of the residents of Old Trafford. Another problem on the table, the Mancunian club should lose its jersey sponsor, TeamViewer, and would therefore have started looking for a new collaboration. Also at the sporting level, Manchester United will also have to quickly find solutions.

Indeed, the Jason Sanchon malaise has been swelling for a few weeks already on the side of Manchester and England. Arrived in July 2021 from Dortmund against a nice check for € 85 million, the 22-year-old player is struggling to convince English football observers. The striker was also not selected by Gareth Southgate to participate in the World Cup with his selection. Just like the thorny case of Harry Maguire, not yet at the level of competition according to his trainer Erik ten Hag. But there are still some grounds for hope for the Red Devils. We just learned this Wednesday that the Mancunian club will extend four executives of its first team who were coming to the end of their lease in June 2023, including Marcus Rashford.

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Rashford, Sahw, Dalot and Fred extended

To carry out this very fine sporting and financial operation, Manchester United relied on a special renewal formula included in the contracts of its players, for a maximum of four members of the current first team, who were coming to the end of their lease in June 2023. Thus, the Red Devils will therefore be able to extend Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Diogo Dalot and Fred, according to The Athletic. The quartet of the Mancunian club would have even been free to speak with foreign clubs from January. For the first named, the urgency was all the more important knowing that Paris Saint-Germain was very interested in the English striker and wanted to attract him as a free agent during the summer transfer window 2023 with a view to the next season.

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This clause allows Manchester United to renew the contract of its players as long as the salary they currently receive is maintained. AS. From now on, the four players are therefore linked until 2024 with the Red Devils. That is to say for one more season. In addition, Marcus Rashford and Diogo Dalot, aged 25 and 23 respectively, are expected to have an additional offer from the Mancunian club to extend their stay at Old Trafford beyond the 2023/2024 season, according to the latest indiscretions from the two sports media. English and Spanish. Thus, if PSG wants to return to the charge for one of the pillars of Erik ten Hag’s team, the Parisian club will have to further improve its offer.

De Gea in talks

It must be said that Marcus Rashford has returned to good form this season after a 2021-22 financial year below expectations. The United striker scored eight goals in 19 appearances under Erik ten Hag before joining the England squad for the World Cup. Diogo Dalot, for his part, reached new heights with the Dutch manager by becoming the first choice at right-back while Luke Shaw managed to cement his place in United’s starting XI by beating competition from Tyrell Malacia. Finally, Fred has only started four Premier League games this season, due to the summer arrivals of Casemiro and Christian Eriksen, but he remains a valuable player for the Mancunian side.

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David De Gea’s contract with the Red Devils is also due to expire at the end of this season, but the Mancunian staff are only in talks with the Spaniard to extend his lease. The directors have not activated this one-year renewal option for the first-team goalkeeper. They would like the 32-year-old goalkeeper to sign a new contract with a lower salary, his high salary has become an issue, rather than triggering a one-year extension with the same contract and therefore the same salary of 375,000 £ (around 400,000 euros) per week that he signed in September 2019. As a reminder, Manchester United will resume competition next Wednesday by hosting Championship club Burnley for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.

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