SHOCKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, “The fans have labeled me the black sheep of the team I’m no longer loved when I step in on that pitch I want to give it all but the pressure from the fans restrict me so I and my family have come to a decision that its best I leave United and join PSG”. According to report coming from Old Trafford Marcus Rashford has confirmed he will be leaving United to join PSG. It is said that PSG are very much interested in signing Rashford and the club are ready to pay a whopping £80m for the Englishman as the view him as a perfect replacement for Kylian Mbappe. Rashford has shock the world with his latest decision to join PSG.


Manchester United supporters are eagerly anticipating the conclusion of the Premier League season, which has been marred by off-the-pitch controversies and disappointing performances on the field. Saturday’s lackluster 2-2 draw with Bournemouth exemplified the team’s struggles, with manager Erik ten Hag feeling the heat as his side endured prolonged periods of domination, only to be rescued by a contentious penalty decision, which even he acknowledged was dubious.

The club’s new co-owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, along with other key figures, are closely monitoring the situation as they assess Ten Hag’s ability to reverse the team’s fortunes. There’s speculation that changes could be imminent ahead of the 2024-25 season, not only in the managerial dugout but also among the playing staff.

Recent reports suggest that Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) have shifted their focus to alternative transfer targets after discovering that pursuing Marcus Rashford would demand a hefty £100 million fee. Despite previous interest in the 26-year-old forward, PSG are reconsidering their options as they search for a replacement for the departing Kylian Mbappe, with United reportedly valuing Rashford at around £100 million following his extension of a five-year contract last summer.

Meanwhile, Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has expressed concerns about the team’s defensive vulnerabilities, particularly the high volume of shots conceded. Although Ten Hag has dismissed criticism regarding the number of shots his team allows, Dalot’s remarks suggest a difference in opinion. Addressing the issue of conceding 20 shots against Bournemouth, Dalot, who has been a regular fixture in the defense this season, acknowledged, “I think it’s a fact, something we are looking at. Maybe we are taking too many risks, sometimes the gap between the defense and midfield is a little bit too big.”

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