Marcus Rashford has reportedly planned to have talks with new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag ahead of the Dutchman’s arrival at the club.
Man United announced in April that ten Hag would become their next permanent manager, who will replace Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season, with Rangnick taking up the consultant role after his interim job.
Several senior players are set on leaving the club this summer, including the likes of Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Nemanja Matic as they would become free agents next month.
Some senior players could follow suit due to lack of playing time and Rashford, who struggled to start under Ralf Rangnick due to Anthony Elanga’s emergence, has reportedly weighed his options over a potential exit from The Red Devils.
However, Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that the England international wants to remain at Manchester United but he would need assurances from the incoming boss, Erik ten Hag, over his playing time at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford wants to play for United on a regular basis and wants guarantees on his gametime. The 24-year-old wants to play to make the England squad for the upcoming World Cup. Which is something he will discuss with Ten Hag, according to Romano.
Manchester United are interested in signing at least one forward in the summer, and the likes of Darwin Nunez and Christopher Nkunku have been linked with moves to the club.