Real Madrid are still very interested in Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford. The Sun reports that the Spanish giants have not given up on their pursuit of the England international and are preparing a summer bid. The report claim that Real Madrid are prepared to start bidding at €115m and could potentially bid up to a maximum of €150m.
While his club are tying down young players like Anthony Martial on long-term deals, it is believed that Rashford wants to postpone negotiations until the club announce their new manager. The young striker has been a starter under caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but was rotation player under Jose Mourino. It is believed Rashford wants to talk to the new manager first before making a decision on his future.
Real Madrid hope to convince Rashford to join their new long-term ‘Galactico’ project, with Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Christian Eriksen as potential other targets. The LaLiga giants have also been made aware that Rashford earns €68.500-a-week at United and are prepared to quadruple his wages if he accepts to join Madrid net summer.