Marcus Rashford playing for England (Picture: metro.co.uk)

Marcus Rashford signs new 4-year deal

It’s been a whirlwind season for Marcus Rashford. The 18-year-old made his senior debut for both club and country in the space of just a few months. On both occasions scoring with his first shot.

Rashord has committed his future to United by signing a four year deal thought to be worth £25,000 per week before bonuses.

Marcus Rashford is represented by his brother Dwayne Maynard and has rejected approches from the likes of Jorge Mendez, Stellar Group and Paul Stretford.

Maynard held talks with United secretary John Alexander and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.

United are waiting for Jose Mourinho to settle into his job before officially announcing Rashford’s contract renewal.

The United youngster was previously earning around just £1,500 per week. But his fantastic form starting on his debut, scoring a brace against Midtjylland followed by a double against Arsenal, has rightly earned himself a new contract.

It doesn’t stop there. Rashford and his brother are also in talks with Nike over a possible boot deal.

It is believed that Jose Mourinho is looking forward to working with Rashford despite some concern within the club the young lad will struggle for chances under the Portuguese boss.

Marcus Rashford has been a bright light it what you might call a dim season for United. So watch some of his highlights by clicking here or watching below:

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Great news and Marcus fully deserves his new contract, since he broke into the first team he has been a revelation and he looks like he is going to be… Read more »