Erik ten Hag makes Marcus Rashford transfer decision
Incoming Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has no plans of losing Marcus Rashford during this summer's transfer window.
The England international has endured a tough campaign with the Red Devils, netting just five goals across all competitions.
He is currently struggling to nail down a regular starting role. There has been speculation that he could push for a summer exit.
However, according to The Guardian, Ten Hag values the England star and considers him as an important player in the squad.
The Dutchman is prepared to help revive his career. Meanwhile, Donny van de Beek could also have a fresh lease of life next term.
The Netherlands international joined Everton on loan in January, having barely played for United over the previous 18 months.
Ten Hag managed him at Ajax for three seasons, and Van de Beek could get regular minutes with the 52-year-old's appointment.
United confirmed the arrival of Ten Hag earlier today. He will officially take charge as the first-team manager at the end of the season.