“Vinicius jr to Manchester United will happen as he has been finally informed that he won’t wearbthe Mo. 7 again on Kylian Mbappe arrival as PSG comes for Marcus Rashford this January”-BREAKING NEWS as Fabrizio Romano confirms that the biggest transfer CIRCLE in football transfer is about to take place this January after each player confirms that they might wants to leave their current club.

Marcus Rashford is back in the headlines for the wrong reasons which has granted an opportunity for betting websites to open a market on where the Manchester United star might end up if he leaves Old Trafford.

Nobody thought we would be talking Rashford leaving the club a year ago when he was on course to score 30 goals to register his best season tally (2022/23).

However, reports emerged over the weekend claiming that Rashford attended a nightclub in Belfast before he informed the club that he would miss training due to illness.

There has been whispers since then that Rashford now faces an uncertain future at United unless he pulls up his socks. The academy graduate has performed abysmally this season and I no longer think he is guaranteed a place in the England squad for the upcoming European championships.

On another note, I don’t think United have any chance of finishing in the top four unless Rashford gets back to his goalscoring best for the remainder of the season.

It has been suggested that Rashford could be sold in the summer because it would be a huge help to the club’s financial struggles with Financial Fair Play.

Marcus Rashford next club odds

Paris Saint-Germain – 4/6

Newcastle United – 6/4

Any Saudi club – 3/1

Bayern Munich – 5/1

Chelsea – 7/1

Real Madrid – 10/1

Barcelona – 10/1

Juventus – 10/1

PSG have been linked with moves for Rashford in the past and Stretty News understands his agent and brother has held talks over a potential switch in the past. Kylian Mbappe could be on the move in the summer and they’ll be looking for a new star player.

The bookmakers are also taking bets on who will last longer – Rashford or Ten Hag – which, again, is not something we expected to pop up so soon after last season’s success.

Rashford — 1/3

Ten Hag – 3/1

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