MARCUS Rashford has set up a private security business after a spate of footie ace home raids.
New firm MUCS Security was incorporated at Companies House last month.
The nature of business is listed as “private security activities”.
Man United and England star Rashford, 25, was appointed sole director on January 23. It is his fifth private firm with the striker holding millions in companies.
A source said: “Marcus is on red-hot form on the pitch this season. But he is also a bright lad, and is sniffing out off-pitch opportunities as well.
“He has seen a gap in the market and, knowing Marcus, he will offer friends and teammates help through the company.
“Marcus already has several successful companies but is always looking for new business ideas.”
We told last year how Rashford had ramped up his personal security and hired a minder.
Current and former Man Utd and Man City players including Victor Lindelof, 28, Paul Pogba, 29, Jesse Lingard, 30, and Joao Cancelo, 28, have been targeted by North West burglary gangs.
Liverpool’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 29, and pop star fiancée Perrie Edwards, 29, were also victims at their Cheshire home.
MUCS Enterprises was set up in 2015 to control Rashford’s image rights and income off the pitch.
Accounts show the firm’s latest profits were £2.7million.
MUCS Properties, established in 2017, runs a £6million portfolio MUCS Developments is yet to trade while MUCS Investments’ accounts are due in the spring.