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Old 12-08-2022, 09:42 AM   #431
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PSG launch move for Marcus Rashford as the forward's representatives hold talks with the French giants in Paris… but Manchester United are relaxed as he's still prioritising staying at Old Trafford despite entering last year of his deal

* PSG have made their move for Manchester United winger Marcus Rashford
* The French club has held discreet talks with the 24-year-old's entourage in Paris
* Boss Christophe Galtier revealed that PSG were in the market for a new attacker
* Rashford had a poor year last season scoring just four goals in 25 league games


Paris Saint-Germain have held talks over a sensational swoop for Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.

Sportsmail revealed on March 8 that the French club, who were managed by Mauricio Pochettino at the time, were interested in the England striker and PSG have now launched their move.

Representatives for the 24-year-old have been in Paris in recent days to discuss the possible transfer with PSG chiefs.

Importantly, however, the forward is happy and has prioritised staying at Old Trafford, a stance that has been reiterated to United chiefs throughout the summer.

With that in mind, United are said to be relaxed by the interest in their academy graduate.

It remains to be seen now if PSG formalise their interest in Rashford following discussions with his camp, although it seems unlikely that United would even consider letting their attacker leave the club this summer, particularly given head coach Erik ten Hag wants to sign another forward before the transfer window shuts.

The Ligue 1 club’s interest provides an intriguing backdrop to the issue of Rashford’s long-term future.

The forward has less than 12 months left on his existing deal at United, though there is an option to extend the contract by a further year meaning the Premier League club are not under any immediate pressure to sell.


Paris Saint-Germain have made their move to sign Marcus Rashford from Manchester United. The 24-year-old's representatives were in Paris earlier this week to hold discreet talks with PSG. Christophe Galtier told the French press on Thursday that PSG were looking to sign a forward

Indeed, the interest from PSG could yet be used as leverage in future negotiations over a new deal for Rashford at United – a scenario the French club are likely to be acutely aware of.

Rashford is expected to be a key part of Ten Hag’s plans this season and started the Dutchman’s first game in charge in the loss to Brighton on Sunday.

United are still hopeful of signing Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot despite concerns that they are at odds with the player’s agent and mother Veronique over his salary.

The two clubs have already agreed a fee of £15.2m for the 27-year-old France midfielder who is keen on a move to Old Trafford if personal terms can be ironed out.

While United insist that signing Rabiot would not rule out a move for Ten Hag’s No.1 transfer target Frenkie De Jong, there was a realisation that they could not wait all summer in the hope of landing the Barcelona star and Rabiot has been on their radar for some time.

If United cannot complete the £72m deal for De Jong, it would free up additional funds to buy a new forward.

It’s understood the club have backed away from a move for Ajax winger Antony due to his high valuation, having already abandoned a bid for Bologna’s Marko Arnautovic.

Meanwhile, United’s share price rose 11.94 per cent on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday – matching its highest rise since the Glazer family sold shares in the club via an initial public offering a decade ago.

The increase to $12.75 (£10.45) followed reports on the 10-year anniversary about how United’s stock had fallen from its initial price of $14 (£11.48), and claims by Michael Knighton – which have not been taken seriously by United – that he could front a hostile takeover of the club.

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Marcus Rashford 'was a different player' during Man United's 2-1 win over Liverpool, hails Ray Parlour - as Arsenal icon praises matchwinning strike that he 'really needed' after his barren run

* Marcus Rashford scored as Manchester United beat Liverpool on Monday night
* That was his first goal since March, having struggled with injuries and form
* Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour heaped praise on the England forward


Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour has heaped praise on Marcus Rashford following his performance in Manchester United's 2-1 win over Liverpool on Monday.

The 24-year-old looked to be at his best once again against Jurgen Klopp's side, playing with intensity before scoring the second goal in the 53rd minute.

Prior to Monday, Rashford was enduring a difficult time on the pitch as he struggled with injuries and a lack of form, failing to net since March.

But he latched on to Anthony Martial's through-ball to double United's lead after Jadon Sancho put them ahead early in the first-half.

Rashford also ended the match with the most shots and sprints, leading to praise from Parlour, who was particularly impressed with the finish.

'Rashford was a different player, unbelievable. I'm really pleased for him as well. he needed that goal and it was a great finish by the way,' Parlour said speaking on talkSPORT.


Marcus Rashford put in an impressive performance, scoring a goal as United beat Liverpool. Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour heaped praise on the England forward. Parlour was impressed by Rashford's finishing as he opted to be Alisson at his near-post

'He showed the eyes to Alisson, putting it near-post instead of far-post. Usually you go for the far-post there, a little bit like Elanga did and hit the post.

'That's what I thought Rashford would do, but he showed him the eyes and went near-post and what a great finish it was.'

Monday night's win has lifted Erik ten Hag's side above Liverpool and into 14th in the table after back-to-back defeats in their opening games.

Rashford will be hoping to impress again when United travel to Southampton for Saturday's lunchtime kick-off.

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semoga Rashford bisa terus mempertahankan performanya dan kembali dipanggil ke timnas. kalo Anthony jadi pindah, pengennya sih Rashford diujung tombak diapit Antony & Sancho
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'Please excuse my language': Marcus Rashford apologises for swearing after scoring Man United's winner against Liverpool... as England star laughs off his passionate celebration for being in the 'heat of the moment'

* Marcus Rashford has apologised for swearing after scoring against Liverpool
* Manchester United star scored the winner to record a famous win on Monday
* A clip of his passionate celebration was released by United on Wednesday
* And while the bad language isn't audible, Rashford laughed off the moment


Marcus Rashford has apologised for swearing after scoring the winning goal against Liverpool, as he laughed off his passionate celebration as being in the 'heat of the moment'.

The 24-year-old looked to be at his best once again against Jurgen Klopp's side, netting what would turn out to be the winner for United in the 53rd minute.

A clip showing off an alternative angle of Rashford's finish and celebration was then released by the club on Wednesday, which showed the pumped-up England star let loose after finishing smartly past Alisson.


Marcus Rashford has apologised for swearing after scoring the winner against Liverpool


While the bad language in the clip isn't audible, Rashford laughed off the moment by telling fans to 'excuse my language' in the 'heat of the moment'

And while his bad language can't be heard in the clip posted by the Red Devils, a sheepish Rashford took to Twitter shortly after to tell fans to 'excuse' his language having known he dropped expletives during the jubilant celebrations before laughing it off.

Rashford tweeted, 'Please excuse my language it was just in the heat of the moment' following by a laughing emoji.

Prior to Monday, Rashford was enduring a difficult time on the pitch as he struggled with injuries and a lack of form, failing to net since March.

However, his performance against arch-rivals Liverpool also saw him earn plenty of praise from Arsenal legend Ray Parlour.

'Rashford was a different player, unbelievable. I'm really pleased for him as well. he needed that goal and it was a great finish by the way,' Parlour said speaking on talkSPORT.


Rashford helped United pull off a famous win over arch-rivals Liverpool on Monday night. Ray Parlour was impressed by Rashford's finishing as he opted to be Alisson at his near-post

'He showed the eyes to Alisson, putting it near-post instead of far-post. Usually you go for the far-post there, a little bit like Elanga did and hit the post.

'That's what I thought Rashford would do, but he showed him the eyes and went near-post and what a great finish it was.'

Monday night's win has lifted Erik ten Hag's side above Liverpool and into 14th in the table after back-to-back defeats in their opening games.

Rashford will be hoping to impress again when United travel to Southampton for Saturday's lunchtime kick-off.

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Manchester United 'are ready to start talks with Marcus Rashford over a new five-year deal at Old Trafford' after his impressive start to the new campaign

* Marcus Rashford's Manchester United future looked in doubt over the summer
* His representatives held secret talks with PSG in the French capital last month
* But he has started the season very strongly and Erik ten Hag wants to keep him
* United are reportedly ready to reward Rashford's form with a new contract
* The 24-year-old scored twice as Ten Hag's side beat Arsenal 3-1 last weekend


Manchester United are reportedly set to begin contract talks with rejuvenated forward Marcus Rashford.

The 24-year-old's Old Trafford future looked in doubt over the summer following a poor season in which he struggled with injury and scored just five goals in 32 appearances.

But he is already over halfway to that tally this term, making an electric start to the campaign with three goals in six matches.


Manchester United are reportedly set to begin contract talks with Marcus Rashford. Rashford appears a happier player under Erik ten Hag, who 'definitely' wants to keep him

According to The Sun, Manchester United are ready to reward Rashford's early season form with a new five-year deal.

The forward has less than 10 months remaining on his current £200,000-a-week contract, although United have the option to extend it by a further 12 months.

But his representatives held secret talks with Paris Saint-Germain in the French capital last month, increasing suggestions that Rashford wanted a fresh start after also losing his place in the England squad last season.

But he appears a much happier player under new United boss Erik ten Hag, who has been adamant that he 'definitely' wants to keep Rashford.

'I don't think he's out of contract – United control the situation,' Ten Hag said this week.


The forward scored twice in United's 3-1 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford last Sunday

'I see a happy Marcus Rashford. I see some phases in his game we could improve, and we worked really hard the last two-and-a-half months with him on different aspects. He really likes it and wants to transfer it to the pitch.

'It starts with happiness. He comes in every day smiling and you want to transfer different aspects of your game.'

Rashford has starred in United's attack in recent weeks, netting twice in the 3-1 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford last Sunday and also providing the assist for Antony's debut goal.

That was two weeks after he scored in the 2-1 victory against Liverpool that kickstarted the Ten Hag era.

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Faith from his manager, a clean bill of health and a return to centre forward: How Man United star Marcus Rashford has been REBORN under the guidance of Erik ten Hag as England recall beckons

* Marcus Rashford has three goals and two assists in the six fixtures this season
* Erik ten Hag appears to have revived the career of the previously ailing star
* He struggled with injuries last season amid a difficult time for the player and club
* Ten Hag has made him the figurehead of his side, utilising his speed on the break
* Rashford is set for an England recall to prove his worth before the World Cup


January 2022. Significant for being the month which saw Marcus Rashford score his final Premier League goal of the 2021-22 campaign, despite playing in 12 games thereafter.

Rashford only scored one more league goal (four) than the number of people he was managed by last season (three).

Such statistics lay bare the turbulence that beset Manchester United last season, with Rashford himself one of the most impacted by what many believe to the club's worst campaign in the modern era.

But the 24-year-old has turned it around, and has been handsomely rewarded - with Sportsmail reporting on Sunday that Rashford and team-mate Jadon Sancho are set to be given timely England recalls, with the in-form stars given a final chance to prove their worth ahead of this winter's World Cup in Qatar.

The turbulence of last season, compiled by Rashford's post-European Championship shoulder surgery amid the heartbreak of missing a penalty and the racist abuse that came after followed by a subsequent loss of form, had contributed to the Englishman's worst campaign since breaking into the first team in February 2016.


Manchester United have looked a revitalised team in the previous four games - with Marcus Rashford playing a key part in their renaissance

Rumours of a departure, possibly to PSG, circulated as winter turned to spring and then spring to summer with a nagging feeling that the one-time great hope of the post-Ferguson era-United needed a change of scenery to revitalise his ailing career.

In fact, all he appeared to need was an arm around his shoulder and willing runners around him to revive both his United performances - and with that a chance at making Gareth Southgate's squad for the World Cup in Qatar.

Ten Hag's arrival at the club in June signalled a positive mood change for the United forward, with the Dutchman admitting that he was willing to work with what he had to improve the club's fortunes.

His insistence that the players press at all times, whether in a low block or trying to play expansively, signified a move away from Cristiano Ronaldo at the apex of the team, giving Rashford a chance through the middle.

'I know only that I have my ideas, how I bring structure in a team and I do it in every topic of football. For me, pressing is an important factor. If you want to have initiative in a game I think it's necessary,' Ten Hag said.

'If you do that in a high block or in a low block, that is a tactic that can be both ways. I prefer to do it in a high way, in high pressing, but it will not always be the case. There's also situations, games that you are lower. But what I demand from my team is that they press.'


Rashford has three goals and two assists so far this season - already almost at last year's tally. Erik ten Hag has shown faith in Rashford, 24, by putting him at the centre-forward position

Rashford's ability - and willingness - to press from the front has seen him become one of the new manager's early trusted lieutenants.

He's played at least 80 minutes in every game so far this season. In terms of outfield players, only Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot and Christian Eriksen have played more minutes than Rashford's 520 thus far. He only played more than 80 minutes on five occasions last term.

It remains to be seen over a longer period, but it also appears as though the forward has managed to put the injury troubles that blighted his season last year behind him.

A year on from his shoulder surgery that in essence ended his campaign before it had even begun, Rashford looks fitter and stronger. That is to the benefit of an equally revitalised United side.

Ten Hag's faith in his forward is abundantly clear. After United lost their opening two fixtures to Brighton and Brentford, there was some clamour amongst the club's supporters for the Dutchman to move away from Rashford.

His missed chance at 2-1 down in the first game of the season infuriated many, while the team's general performance away at Brentford was nowhere near the level expected of the players.

Ten Hag went the opposite way. He moved away from his initial plan of playing midfielder Christian Eriksen as a false nine against Brighton, a disastrous experiment. Meanwhile, against Brentford, wantaway star Cristiano Ronaldo was recalled.

However, knowing speed on the break against Liverpool's high line to be paramount, Ten Hag reverted to playing a more conventional front line with Rashford through the middle.

The decision immediately bore fruit, with the forward's tireless running causing Liverpool issues throughout on an off-night for Virgil van Dijk and the rest of the Reds' back four. Opportunities came and went in the first half, not least to Anthony Elanga, who hit the post when he should have scored, with only Alisson to beat.

It was Rashford's intelligent run back into midfield that allowed Fernandes to run beyond him and square the ball for Elanga.

Such movement was simply not there for Rashford last season with confidence instilled by his new manager having a positive impact on the wider aspects of his game. It is also notable that it is probably not a run Ronaldo would make.

In the second half, United found themselves camped in their own half under sustained Liverpool pressure. Rashford playing through the middle offered them an out ball and his second-half goal gave the Red Devils a two-goal advantage.

It was his first goal at Old Trafford since January and indeed his first league goal since that same month. The confidence of his finish when racing through against the Liverpool goalkeeper with an anticipating Stretford End ahead of him suggests he is on the path to revival.

Rashford's stellar start to the campaign has been notable in one sense for Ronaldo being absent. It appeared the Portuguese's presence last term unbalanced the forward line, irrespective of the number of goals he scored.

Rashford was a victim of United's late-summer decision to grab the veteran to avoid the embarrassment of him joining arch-rivals Manchester City.


Rashford's career at United was in danger of tailing off but recent form suggests he could be a player re-born

Rashford's re-calling to the centre-forward position has allowed Ten Hag to opt for this slightly more pragmatic style that arrested their alarming form and has garnered good results against Liverpool and Arsenal.

It is hard to overlook the confidence that Rashford now appears to be playing with as unrelated to the appointment of Ten Hag as a manager. He is a coach who has a track record of improving young players, as the Mancunian's new team-mate Antony can attest.

Indeed, Rashford might have been wise to look at what Ten Hag did to the careers of Dusan Tadic and Sebastian Haller, themselves two former Premier League players whose careers were kicked back into life at Ajax.

Despite reportedly preferring to play out wide, Rashford's move to the top of the team has improved his output and also those around him. His involvement in play contrasts astonishingly to last season when he struggled in pretty much every fixture he played.

Indeed, data from Opta reveals just how much Rashford's output has improved in his six competitive games under Ten Hag thus far.

Last season, Rashford took 22 shots in his 25 league appearances. He's already managed 15 in six this. Meanwhile, he's already achieved a quarter of his shots on target total from last season (12) in six games this season (four).

In terms of his general play and enabling other team-mates to get into the game, his two assists so far this season already equal his total for the entirety of last. He's already created seven chances to last season's nine.

The most important metric of all is as telling. Only four goals for Rashford last season, he already has three under Ten Hag.

His expected goals (xG) is also nearly already at last season's total. Showing a loss of the speed and instinctive movement that came to define Rashford early on in his career, and also perhaps the impact Ronaldo had on the overall performance of the team, he only achieved three xG last season. He already has 2.02.

No player - minimum 100 minutes played - betters Rashford's rate of a goal or assist every 87 minutes.

There is certainly more to it than the Dutchman simply playing Rashford up front. Intangibles, such as confidence, also play a part. It is interesting to note when his best form as a United player has come.

When he first came into the team under Louis van Gaal, for instance, he played with the sort of verve and carefree attitude to be expected of a young player.

His performances in big games under the current Holland boss, including goals against Arsenal and Manchester City in the league and West Ham in the sixth round of the cup, proved such.

His best season, arguably, in a United shirt came in 2018-19. A difficult period for the club when Jose Mourinho's tenure ended, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replacing him initially on an interim basis and then permanently.


There had been a clamour for Ten Hag to drop Rashford after the Brentford debacle but he stuck by the player

It was a tumultuous season for the club but Rashford's performances contrasted to many of his team-mates. He made significant contributions in the league, scoring 10 goals and assisting a further nine.

Meanwhile, it was his penalty that gave the club one of its best European nights since Sir Alex Ferguson departed when they overturned a two-goal deficit to beat Paris Saint Germain at the Parc des Princes.

Adversity was the story of that term, and it is interesting to compare it to the start of this year. Rashford is a player who thrives in those situations and it is certain that Ten Hag, with his job seemingly already under pressure after two games heading into a fixture that they lost 5-0 last season, appreciated Rashford's application and effort.

Rashford himself has said that he is enjoying the hard work under Ten Hag, revealing that it took some time to adapt but that he feels he is finally there.

'I think it just takes time to adapt,' Rashford told Sky Sports in late August. 'I think we've adapted to some managers quicker than we thought [we would] and with some managers we took longer than we expected to.

'But the bottom line is that we get there and you feel comfortable doing the stuff that the manager wants you to do. I am enjoying it and this manager definitely wants you to enjoy it and work hard as a unit. I have always said that when you work hard as a unit it is ten times more enjoyable.'


Last summer's penalty miss in the European Championship final against Italy weighed heavy

This has been laid bare by encouraging performances. He led the line well against Southampton, involving himself by pulling wide into the channels and dropping deep to aid team-mates.

But for selfish play by Ronaldo at the end of the game, Rashford might have had a goal in two consecutive games for the first time since January this year.

After a narrow win at Leicester, United hosted early pacesetters Arsenal at Old Trafford. Rashford showed his worth once again, scoring twice and assisting Antony for the side's opener.

It was a display of counter-attacking brilliance straight out of the Ferguson playbook that Rashford thrives off. However, he also showed himself to be adept at pressing, something he has improved demonstrably at in his short time with Ten Hag.

Alongside his returning clinical tough in front of goal, something that appeared to abandon him for much of the latter stages of Solskjaer's reign as well as Ralf Rangnick's spell, it means he's become a real asset to his manager in forward areas.

'I am really happy with the performance, it shows his development,' Ten Hag said of the player after Sunday's win. 'Room for improvement is clear but he has great capabilities so I am happy with having him in the team.'

That faith is something that Rashford is trying to repay. Should he continue along that path, then a return to Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate's England squad for the November World Cup in Qatar could follow.

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Erik ten Hag believes Marcus Rashford can fire Manchester United to the Premier League title as he 'sets the forward a 20-GOAL target this season' - with Red Devils squad convinced they are better off WITHOUT Cristiano Ronaldo in attack

* Marcus Rashford, 24, is set to lead the line for Manchester United this season
* He is reportedly happy with the relationship he has struck up with Erik ten Hag
* Cristiano Ronaldo's absence is thought to be giving players more confidence


Marcus Rashford is set to lead the line for Manchester United this season after being handed a 20-goal target by Erik ten Hag.

The Dutch manager looks to have given Rashford his full backing at the start of this season, and believes that United can rival their arch-nemesis Manchester City for the Premier League title.

And with three goals and two assists already in six league games, many in the Red Devils' dressing room reportedly prefer the English forward to start ahead of iconic wantaway star Cristiano Ronaldo.

A source revealed Rashford's new target for the season to The Sun, as well as his new place in the playing squad's hierarchy, saying: 'The manager wants Marcus to be United's No 1 striker and lead the line up front.

'He believes Marcus has the ability to become one of the world's best and wants him to express himself in matches.

'He is always telling him to use his pace and skills when he gets a chance. He told Marcus he will easily score 20 this season.

'They have a great relationship and Marcus is really happy.'


Marcus Rashford has reportedly been set a 20-goal target by Erik ten Hag this season. Erik ten Hag has struck up a good relationship with Rashford and is giving him his full backing

It is plain to see that the 24-year-old has already struck up a fine working relationship with Ten Hag, after the rejuvenated showings from the England forward, who is set to be recalled to the Three Lions side.

With five contributions in six games in all competitions, Rashford has become one of United's top providers this season, having endured a torrid time last time out, first under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and latterly Ralf Rangnick.

In 2021-22 Rashford managed just five goals and two assists in 32 outings, although last season he was playing second fiddle to Ronaldo, who is yet to register this season and had a woeful night in front of goal against Real Sociedad.

The source added: 'As long as Ronaldo starts on the bench, the players have the confidence to express themselves.

'With Ronaldo on the pitch, the team feel pressured. All the players loved it when Ronaldo came back but they’re frustrated he missed pre-season.

'Ronaldo’s not up to speed and relies on instinct — but that doesn’t work in Ten Hag’s system.'

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'I'm not ready yet': Marcus Rashford says his omission from the England squad is down to 'an untimely injury' as he insists 'I'm no different' in wanting to represent his country after he was left out along with Jadon Sancho

* Marcus Rashford was not called up by Gareth Southgate to the England squad
* Southgate named 28-man squad for upcoming matches with Italy and Germany
* Rashford has put his omission from the Nations League games down to an injury
* Manchester United star insists he's 'no different' in wanting to represent England
* His United team-mate Jadon Sancho was also left out by Southgate on Thursday


Marcus Rashford has said that the reason he was not called up to Gareth Southgate's England squad for upcoming Nations League clashes was due to an 'untimely injury'.

Having missed out on the previous two squads, Rashford was back in contention for the Three Lions after good start to the season at Manchester United.

But as Sportsmail reported on Wednesday night, England medics were making late checks on Rashford's fitness with regards to a muscular injury before his omission was confirmed on Thursday when Southgate announced his 28-man squad.

As a result of his omission, Rashford took to Twitter to say why he won't be featuring in upcoming games against Italy and Germany before reassuring England fans that his desire to represent his country has not changed.


Marcus Rashford says his omission from the England squad is down to 'an untimely injury'. Rashford took to Twitter to say why he won't be featuring in upcoming Nations League games

Rashford tweeted: 'Good luck to the boys later today @ManUtd. In regards to @England every player wants to represent there [sic] country and I'm no different!

'Unfortunately I'm not ready yet as I've picked up an untimely injury.'

Southgate didn't give a press conference to accompany the squad announcement but did release some quotes.

He said: 'There were certain players we wanted to keep involved this time, but that said it doesn't mean that this is the end for some of the others who aren't involved.

'Marcus Rashford, for example, has shown some encouraging signs recently. He is a player we know well so if he can perform at a high level in the next few weeks, he of course will be under consideration.'

Rashford did not travelled with United for the UEFA Europa League game against Sheriff Tiraspol in Moldova, while Jadon Sancho did.

Sancho was another high-profile omission from Southgate's 28-man squad despite the United forward also making a strong start to the season.

He was replaced by Ivan Toney, who has been handed his first England call-up.


Rashford was back in contention for the Three Lions after good start to the season

Brentford striker Toney has been rewarded with a call-up after an excellent breakthrough Premier League campaign last term and a promising start to this season.

He could become only the third Brentford player to represent England and the first since Leslie Smith back in 1939.

Southgate said: 'With Ivan Toney, we have been tracking him for a long time. I had a good chat with Thomas Frank about him last season.

'His form and his qualities - not only his goalscoring but his technical ability, build-up play and aerial prowess - gives us a different threat to some of the other players we could pick.'

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'He's been spending time with Marcus and giving him constructive criticism': Rashford is 'surprised' by Cristiano Ronaldo's desire to help him improve after he took the Portugal international's starting spot at Man United

* Cristiano Ronaldo has been giving Marcus Rashford 'constructive criticism'
* Ronaldo has been talking to the England star about his positioning on the pitch
* Rashford is said to be 'surprised' by Ronaldo's willingness to help him improve
* Ronaldo's made just one Premier League start this season and has failed to score
* Therefore, Rashford is starting ahead of Ronaldo in the Erik ten Hag's team


Cristiano Ronaldo has been giving Marcus Rashford 'constructive criticism about his positioning on the pitch', according to reports.

Ronaldo has made just one Premier League start this season and has failed to score in the English top-flight. As a result, Rashford has been picked ahead of him.

Rashford is said to be 'surprised' by Ronaldo's willingness to help him improve after he took the 37-year-old's place in Erik ten Hag's starting XI.

Ronaldo's training tips are said to be 'genuine' and the 37-year-old is reportedly keen to help Rashford 'improve' and 'succeed'.

A source told The Sun: 'Ronaldo has been a bit of a pain in the dressing room and some of the players have been frustrated about the fact he missed pre-season and has been sulking around Carrington.

'But since the transfer window closed, his attitude has improved and he has been very helpful with Marcus.


Cristiano Ronaldo's been giving Marcus Rashford 'constructive criticism about his positioning. Ronaldo has made just one Premier League start this season and has failed to score. As a result, Rashford has been starting ahead of the Portugal international for United. Rashford is flying in the Premier League while Ronaldo has scored in the Europa League

'He's been spending time with him, talking about the game and giving his constructive criticism about positioning on the pitch.

'Marcus has been a bit surprised by it because it's always difficult when you're playing and a team-mate isn't and you're both fighting for the same position.

'But the relationship between the pair has never been better and Marcus knows he can learn a lot from him.

'He's grateful for the advice and for the fact that Ronaldo seems genuine in that he wants Marcus to improve and succeed.'

Rashford, 24, has established himself as Ten Hag's first choice up front after scoring three goals and registering two assists in six games.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo - who scored an impressive 24 goals last season - has failed to score a Premier League goal this season.

His first goal of the season came from the penalty spot during United's Europa League clash with Sheriff Tiraspo last week.

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Manchester United 'plan to trigger option for 12-month extension on Marcus Rashford's contract' if they are unable to agree a new terms with the PSG-linked forward whose current deal runs out next summer

* Marcus Rashford's Manchester United contract expires at the end of the season
* Erik ten Hag is keen to keep the forward, who has started the season strongly
* But United have so far been unable to agree new terms with Rashford
* It means that they will reportedly trigger a 12-month extension in his current deal


Manchester United will reportedly trigger a clause to extend Marcus Rashford's deal by one year if they are unable to agree a new contract with the forward.

Rashford's contract is set to expire at the end of the season but, as reported by The Express, United are prepared to trigger a 12-month option before Christmas if required.

Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with a move for Rashford, whose future at United remains uncertain.

Talks are said to be ongoing between United and Rashford over a new deal but an agreement has yet to be reached.

United are eager not to lose Rashford for free next summer and if they activated the option for a 12-month extension then they would be able to get a transfer fee for him if he was to depart.


Manchester United are ready to trigger an option to extend Marcus Rashford's deal by a year. United manager Erik ten Hag is eager to keep Rashford, who has performed well recently. United will trigger option before Christmas if they can't agree a new contract with Rashford

But Erik ten Hag is keen to keep Rashford, especially following his impressive start to the season which has seen him score two goals and provide three assists in six Premier League appearances.

Rashford has endured much frustration over the past couple of seasons as he has struggled for form and has also endured niggling injuries.

However, there have been some encouraging signs for Rashford under Ten Hag so far and he is also hoping to break back into the England squad for the World Cup.

Since making his United debut in 2015, Rashford has made 309 appearances and scored 96 goals.

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