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What Man Utd will do if they don't agree a renewal deal for Rashford

By Harry Smith

What Man Utd will do if they don't agree a renewal deal for Rashford

Manchester United are looking for an attacking playmaker, and according to Erik ten Hag it's Marcus.

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The Red Devils are one of the world's most talked-about teams, the pressure is part of everyday life at Old Trafford, the lack of championships is a problem. Erik ten Hag comes to correct different situations what is going on with the squad. To reverse an adverse situation, to get closer to being again a team that wins the domestic league more often and that competes year after year for the Champions League.


The start of the season was very complicated, as they lost two games in a row, it was clear that something was wrong in the dressing room, since then the Dutch trainer was more specific with the way he managed. It became a system of play where every player will benefit, because he got the most out of every player to fit into a tactical scheme.


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One of the players who benefited the most from this opportunity was Marcus Rashford, the 24-year-old Englishman who is now the team's top scorer. The confidence he has received from Erik ten Hag has been very important, to the extent that he commented to the media that it would be very interesting to have Rashford in his project, and even to base the attack around Man Utd.


Man Utd would activate clause to renew for another year if Rashford is not agreed this year


According to the Daily Mail, Manchester United want to keep Marcus Rashford for the Dutchman's project, even if the situation is above applying to convince the player to wait another year to decide his best option in the team. Manchester United prepare for this weekend's Manchester Derby, Erik ten Hag is expected to recover from muscle discomfort these days.




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