Manchester United are reportedly set to agree to a new deal with Marcus Rashford worth £375,000 per week.
According to The Sun, Marcus Rashford is closing in on a £375,000-a-week agreement with Manchester United.
The English forward will sign a new contract that will be valid for five years, while the club could extend it by another season.
Those include David De Gea and Marcus Rashford, with both deals considered key by Erik ten Hag. For starter, the Spanish keeper is yet to agree on a new contract, with Manchester United offering a reported £200,000-a-week contract, which involves a massive pay cut from his current £375,000-a-week deal.
Meanwhile, they want to offer Rashford, who scored 30 goals in all competitions this past season, a new contract worth De Gea’s salary, amounting to £375,000-a-week.
If both players agree, we will effectively see a salary swap, with De Ga likely to earn what Rashford makes currently.
The report claims the 25-year-old attacker is closing in on a new £375,000-a-week agreement with Manchester United that will end speculation surrounding his future.
Rashford will the final year of his contract in July after Manchester United triggered the 12-month option in his existing deal.
Rashford wanted to stay at Manchester United amid heavy links to PSG, as he even reportedly turned down a massive contract from the French giants a few months ago.
Ten Hag will also hope for De Gea to sign a new contract, or else Manchester United will have to dip into the market and spend on a new keeper, which could prove costly.