Marcus Rashford has signed a new deal with Manchester United that will keep him at Old Trafford until 2028.
The striker’s last contract expired after the 2023–24 season, but despite PSG’s continued interest, the Red Devils have always been convinced that they can sign him to a long-term agreement.
Rashford signed a new deal after Man Utd agreed to make him their highest-paid player in June. Since making his debut for the men’s team in 2016, the Wythenshawe-born Academy graduate has appeared in 359 matches for the Devils and scored 123 goals.
Sir Matt Busby’s Player of the Year and Players’ Player of the Year honours were the perfect way to finish off his stellar 2022–23 season, during which he scored 30 goals.
Rashford stated: “As a seven-year-old youngster with a dream, I joined Manchester United. Every time I have the honour of wearing the red shirt, I continue to be motivated by the same pride, enthusiasm, and desire to achieve more and more. Even though I’ve already had some terrific experiences at this fantastic club, I still have a lot to do and I’m undoubtedly committed to picking up more trophies in the years to come.”
“Ever since he entered our Academy 18 years ago, Marcus has displayed what it takes to flourish as a Manchester United player,” continued Man Utd football director John Murtough.
“He is a remarkable genius who is also modest, committed, and motivated. We know he still has a lot to offer as he approaches his peak years, and we can sense Marcus’s desire to succeed to the fullest extent possible at Manchester United.”