Man United do not want to sell Marcus Rashford in the summer and value him at ‘in excess of £120m’ in the transfer market, with PSG interested in the forward.

Ligue 1 giants have been in talks with Rashford’s agents over a possible move as they look to add him to their immense options up front, which include Mbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi.

The 24-year-old forward is not thought to be pushing for a move, nor do the 20-times English champions want to sell the England international, despite his struggles over the last year.

Rashford found back of the net just four times last term, down from 11 the season before, and continued to look far from his best against Brighton last weekend when he missed a golden opportunity in the second half.

Paris Saint-Germain are looking to capitalise on his struggles at Old Trafford and give him a new start in the French top-tier, however, the Red Devils are not interested in selling, certainly not at the valuation that the French club have for Rashford.

ESPN report that PSG would be willing to bid around £60m for the English forward, however, United value him at more than double that price, at least £120m.


Even the super rich Parisians are very unlikely to pay that kind of price for player who has struggled to play regularly for Man Utd last term

The valuation not only seems astronomical due to Rashford’s performances on the pitch, but also because he is into the final year on his current contract.

Manchester United have the option to extend his deal by a further 12 months, and are keen for him to sign a new contract beyond 2024.