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Man Utd transfer news: United set maximum Marcus Rashford wage as club learn from Ronaldo | Football | Sport


Manchester United have set a latest maximum wage they may offer Marcus Rashford, in keeping with reports. The Red Devils won’t give the England star a penny over £300,000 every week.

United were recently reported to be capping players’ wages at £200,000 every week. Nevertheless, Rashford is already earning that quantity and is ready to be rewarded with an improved deal.

Erik ten Hag desires to keep harmony within the dressing room and believes a tighter wage structure will do exactly that. Rashford has been in the shape of his life because the World Cup, scoring in all seven games for his club.

United have won all of those matches, conceding just two goals in the method, and at the moment are hoping to be within the shake-up for the Premier League title. But despite being in scintillating touch, Rashford shouldn’t expect to be given the wages some big-named players, resembling Cristiano Ronaldo, have had at Old Trafford in recent seasons.

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David de Gea can have to cut back what he earns if he desires to stay at United. He’s currently on £375,000 every week and can leave on a free transfer in the summertime if he doesn’t conform to a lower wage.

United have won their last nine matches in all competitions, dating back to before the World Cup. Ten Hag has overseen a significant turnaround which has seen them close the gap on second-placed Manchester City to simply one point.

Rashford has been the centre point of that success and tying up his future is a priority. Paris Saint-Germain have a long-term interest within the 25-year-old so United can be eager to get a deal done as soon as possible.

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