Marcus Rashford is reportedly delaying the signing of a new contract with Manchester United owing to takeover uncertainties and the “Ronaldo rule.”Information Guide Nigeria
The England international forward, a product of the Red Devils’ illustrious academy system, is only under contract until the summer of 2024. No new terms have been agreed upon with the 25-year-old sensation, who had a career-best season in 2022-23, scoring 27 goals in 44 games.
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United are eager to reach an agreement, but they are currently embroiled in a takeover drama that could see the Glazer family hand over ownership to the likes of Sir Jim Ratcliffe or Qatari Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani. With uncertainty surrounding United’s future strategy, The Sun believes that Rashford will continue to wait for a contract extension.NYSC Portal
It is also believed that Rashford is apprehensive that the so-called “Cristiano Ronaldo rule” at Old Trafford may limit United’s next offer to him. The Red Devils were burned by Portuguese superstar Ronaldo, who was earning £480,000 per week prior to his release in November 2022, and the Premier League giants are now said to have a £300,000 salary cap in place, which would almost certainly need to be breached in order to keep Rashford.
If Rashford does not sign a new contract, he will be free to meet with suitors outside of England beginning in January 2024. Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain have both been linked with the versatile forward, who has 73 Premier League goals and 51 England caps to his record.JAMB Result
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