Manchester United are still keen in signing an attacking player in this summer transfer window. The red devils have been forced into the market to look for an attacking player following the injury of Anthony Martial nearly a week ago.
This explains why the red devils have been adamant about keeping Cristiano Ronaldo despite his intention to leave Old Trafford. Ronaldo had earlier been heavily linked with several top clubs but United maintained its strong stand.
During a prematch interview today ahead of clash against Brentford, Eric Ten-Hag has responded to recent speculations linking Marcus Rashford with Paris Saint Germain. According to Ten-Hag, the English top winger is in his plans this season and is not leaving Old Trafford.
News had emerged yesterday that Paris Saint Germain were keen in signing the player and had already started making a move. However, Ten-Hag's response today removes any doubt of Manchester United fans over the star's future at the club.
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