MANCHESTER UNITED will offer Marcus Rashford a new long-term deal, according to reports.
The 25-year-old’s current Old Trafford contract expires at the end of the season, although United do have an option to extend.
But they’re set to reward Rashford for his outstanding form for club and country with a contract extension.
That’s according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, who claims the Red Devils are desperate to tie him down to fresh terms.
Rashford was considering his future at United earlier this year after losing his place in the team under Ralf Rangnick.
He was particularly frustrated after being overlooked for the Manchester derby in March, especially when Cristiano Ronaldo was unavailable.
But the forward has knuckled down since Erik ten Hag arrived and looks back to his best.
Rashford has scored eight goals this term, three more than his tally from the whole of last season.
As a result, he’s won his place back in the England squad and is starring at the World Cup.
The United graduate scored his first ever tournament goal in the thumping win over Iran and marked his first start in Qatar with two fine goals against Wales.
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Rashford has now surely done enough to keep his place for the last-16 tie against Senegal on Sunday.
But he’ll be competing against one of Gareth Southgate’s most trusted men in Raheem Sterling, who started the last 13 tournament games in a row before dropping to the bench against Wales.