Man Utd manager Ten Hag provides update on Marcus Rashford’s contract ahead of the Red Devils star becoming a free agent next summer

ERIK TEN HAG has given an update on Marcus Rashford’s contract situation.

That means the Red Devils star could potentially become a free agent in a year’s time.

Erik ten Hag has provided an update on Marcus Rashford's contract situation


Erik ten Hag has provided an update on Marcus Rashford’s contract situationPhoto credit: AFP

Rashford, 25, scored his 30th goal of the season in yesterday’s 4-1 win over Chelsea.

The England star has had an impressive season for club and country, having also scored three goals at the World Cup.

But United fans fear they could lose their own talent in the summer of 2024.

Rashford’s contract is approaching his senior year.

And United are yet to reach an agreement as they look to add their Three Lions team-mate Harry Kane to their squad.

Boss Ten Hag has already told backers to “trust the process.”

And he now claims he has a “good feeling” about United’s recent contract negotiations with Rashford.

Ten Hag said: “We are working on it. I have a good feeling about that.


“Marcus wants to stay. We want him to stay, so we have to find each other.”

Speaking about contract negotiations earlier this month, Ten Hag added: “I know, but I’m not talking about the process. Let go of the process.

“Once again: this is not important to me or Rashy at the moment.

“For him it’s all about scoring more goals this season and he’s having a wonderful season.

“Marcus wants to stay and we want him to stay, so I think we’ll find each other.”


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