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big cold snap for Rashford, Paris used for months?

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As Marcus Rashford struggles to recover from the immense disappointment of World Cup elimination to France, the striker finds himself at the center of rumors about his future. Officially, his contract ends for the moment in June 2023, which has not failed to arouse interest. PSG have been announced in the ranks, which Nasser Al-Khelaïfi confirmed again a few days ago.

But everything indicates for the moment that Rashford will not move from Manchester. The English club has a clause that can be activated for an additional year and will do so, as Erik Ten Hag confirmed last night when discussing the issue of his striker.

“What we can do is show him that this is the best club to be at… If we can talk to him about the ambitions and how we want to achieve them, those discussions we will have with him. Then it’s up to him to make the decision. But he has a year and a half left on his contract and he will be there. »

Rashford is therefore still far from PSG and this will only reinforce the resentment of the capital club which, according to CBS journalist Ben Jacobs, would not have appreciated the evolution of the file at all last summer. While the Rashford track had already leaked, PSG above all had the impression of being used as leverage in a “game of agents”, without things progressing in a concrete way. Seeing Rashford at PSG therefore seems an increasingly improbable hypothesis…

to summarize

While Marcus Rashford continues to interest PSG, his arrival is moving away while in Paris, we have little appreciated recent developments in the file. The club of the capital indeed had the impression of being used in this file.

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