SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” since my arrival i have watched every game not missing one and I can see that the team needs a serious reconstruction especially from Rashford I don’t see his drive to play football like his been forced and and my team won’t tolerate any form of mediocrity as we plan to restore success in United”. Manchester United’s new co-owner is reportedly looking to replace Marcus Rashford with a younger option in the form of serie A star. the club is looking to make a big-money investment in a new striker, and this youngstar is seen as a perfect replacement.


Manchester United’s newly-appointed co-owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is poised to initiate significant changes at Old Trafford, potentially signaling the departure of both Erik ten Hag and Marcus Rashford.

As United aims to overhaul their culture and return to the forefront of Premier League contention after over a decade of falling short, Ratcliffe and the new board members are preparing to implement decisive measures to elevate the club’s status.

The fate of both Ten Hag and Rashford will rest in the hands of Ratcliffe and the revamped board, who will determine whether to retain one, both, or neither of them come summer.

England international Rashford has endured a challenging season, managing just five goals in 31 appearances for Ten Hag’s underperforming team, a stark contrast to his prolific 30-goal campaign last season. His future at Old Trafford has come into question, with Rashford reportedly disillusioned under Ten Hag, leading to a strained relationship between the two.

Ten Hag has taken disciplinary action against Rashford twice this season, first after Rashford’s birthday celebration in Manchester city center immediately following a derby loss to Manchester City, and then for his trip to Belfast last month. The manager was particularly displeased with Rashford’s actions in Belfast, exacerbated by misleading information about the timing of the incident, which led to Rashford calling in sick for training just before an FA Cup fixture.

While Ten Hag publicly declared that the issue with Rashford has been resolved, there is growing sentiment among the club’s hierarchy that one or both individuals may need to depart this summer.

Rashford has attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain as they seek a replacement for Kylian Mbappe, potentially making him a valuable asset for United in terms of complying with Premier League financial regulations while also providing funds for squad strengthening.

However, there is recognition within the club that Rashford remains a prized asset, coveted by their top rivals, including Manchester City, particularly when he is in peak form.

In contrast, Ten Hag’s future at United appears increasingly uncertain. Despite his assertion that he does not require public backing from Ratcliffe, Ten Hag’s tenure is effectively under scrutiny, with his performance over the remainder of the season expected to determine his fate. Even if he secures Champions League qualification, it may not be sufficient to secure his position, with Ratcliffe and his associates reportedly considering bringing in their own manager as part of a broader overhaul of the club’s sporting operations.

Ratcliffe, alongside Sir Dave Brailsford and incoming CEO Omar Berrada, aims to convey a message that mediocrity will no longer be tolerated at United, signaling a potential departure for both the manager and one of the club’s key players as the first steps in their transformative journey.

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