MANCHESTER UNITED READY TO SELL MARCUS RASHFORD

Manchester United are willing to end Marcus Rashford’s time at Old Trafford and will listen to offers for the striker and seven more players as they look to raise £200 million or more. Elsewhere, Arsenal hope to sign Bologna central defender Riccardo Calafiori, and Ipswich Town have made an opening bid for Hull City’s Jaden Philogene and Jacob Greaves.

The decision by Manchester United to stick with Erik ten Hag could spell the end of Marcus Rashford’s time at Old Trafford.
The Sun reports that the club hope to receive £80 million for the player but could compromise for a lower fee.

The paper writes: “Manchester United will listen to offers for Marcus Rashford after the breakdown of his relationship with Erik ten Hag.
“The future of the manager was tied in with the Red Devils forward, 26.
“Now Ten Hag is staying, the club will look to cash in on the academy graduate who became one of United’s brightest stars.
“They will want £80 million for their No10 but may have to accept nearer £60m following his drop in form last season.”

The Mirror continues the United theme, reporting that Dan Ashworth has earmarked seven senior players to be moved on as soon as possible.
United need to raise funds if they are to carry out their rebuild over the coming weeks ahead of the new season.
The paper explains: “With sporting director Dan Ashworth having already started in his new role, Manchester United can start to reshape their squad ahead of the new season.
“United must therefore use the revenue generated from player sales to supplement their initial budget, which is why Ashworth and his team are as much focused on outgoings as incomings, hoping to secure as many as possible before the squad flies to the US on July 24 for a three-game summer tour.
“Seven players United want to offload are Casemiro, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Christian Eriksen, Antony, Jadon Sancho and Mason Greenwood,with the dream scenario for United being able to sell all of them to raise in the region of £200m, giving them a transfer spend of £250m, including the original £50m budget.”

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