“It’s not my fault but the club’s fault. They told me that they wanted to sign Mbappe so I felt disappointed and decided to act fast. I know the fans will not be happy because they have known me for almost 10 years the deal has been agreed for a long time”-Marcus Rashford sends 3-word message to Man United fans and team-mates amid PSG’s £200m plan as Kylian Mbappe is set to snub Real Madrid to join Manchester United on a huge free transfer contract.

Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford has reached out to his teammate Rasmus Højlund amid swirling rumors linking Rashford to Paris Saint-Germain.Rashford, 26, has developed a promising partnership with Højlund since the winger’s arrival at Old Trafford last summer.

Højlund has provided two assists to Rashford, contributing to their recent success alongside Alejandro Garnacho on the right wing under manager Erik ten Hag. Their collective efforts have propelled United to an unbeaten streak in 2024, with 19 goals scored in their last seven matches.

Following Højlund’s standout performance against Luton Town, where he scored twice to become the youngest player in Premier League history to score in six consecutive league fixtures, Rashford took to Instagram to celebrate the team’s victory. He wrote, “Big win away from home.

One step closer to Where we need to be!” In response, Rashford encouraged Højlund with a simple message: “Keep going bro.”However, recent reports have suggested that Rashford himself could be the subject of a significant transfer story in the upcoming summer window. With Kylian Mbappe poised to depart PSG and join Real Madrid, the French champions are reportedly eyeing Rashford as a potential replacement.

PSG, backed by Qatari ownership, reportedly have around £200 million earmarked to fill the void left by Mbappe, with Rashford identified as one of the “world-class” talents on their shortlist.Despite a challenging season in terms of goal-scoring compared to his previous campaign, where he netted 30 goals, Rashford remains a target for PSG sporting director Luis Campos.

Campos reportedly held discussions with Rashford two years ago about the possibility of a move to Paris, although Rashford ultimately signed a contract extension with Manchester United at that time.

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