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While Casemiro earns 193,000, what Rashford would earn with his renewal

Ten Hag thinks retaining him is the best option for the club

By Harry Smith

Ten Hag thinks retaining him is the best option for the club
Ten Hag thinks retaining him is the best option for the club
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Much has been said about the reinforcements Manchester United want to sign and how they would work in Ten Hag's scheme, but very little has been said about the players the club has who could be released very soon, if they are not re-signed or sold. 

The issue in this matter is that before the transfer window started, the manager would have given a list of the players he would be willing to sell, his priorities to sign and also the players to be renewed, in order to speed up the moves so that Ten Hag could have all the players before the start of the season. 

One of the players that Ten Hag would have marked as a priority to renew, is striker Marcus Rashford, although in recent weeks there have been rumours that United would be looking for a new 9, now with the possible renewal of Rashford we could be sure that, if they were to sign another striker, it would only be as an accompaniment. 

The fans can rest assured that the British striker will not be leaving the club, because of his great participation last season and after being awarded the "Sir Matt Busby" award as the player of the year, we can be sure that the club wants Rashford to stay for a long time. 

The contract United are willing to pay for Rashford is higher than Casemiro's

Manchester United and Erik Ten Hag, see the English striker as one of the club's stars for the future, for that reason as Rashford's contract expires soon, the manager would be looking to renew it with a juicy salary of over 375 thousand euros a week and a duration of 5 years, this would make him one of the highest paid players in the team, well ahead of his teammate Casemiro, who has only been with the club for one season and earns 193,000 a week, adding to the pressure and high expectations for the striker next season. 

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