Erik ten Hag makes final decision on Marcus Rashford after Paris Saint-Germain talks

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has made a final decision on Marcus Rashford, whose camp has reportedly been talking to Paris Saint-Germain.

Reports from Europe surfaced on Thursday evening claiming that PSG were interested in a move for the England international, whose contract expires next year.

The reports claim that Rashford's brother had already met with officials from the French champions, who are said to be long-time admirers of the striker.

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However, Ten Hag insists that the club will not be selling the 24-year-old striker who only five goals across all competitions last season.

"He's really important," Ten Hag said, as per Manchester Evening News.

"You have seen from the first day I'm in, I'm really happy with him, I definitely don't want to lose him.

"He's in our plans and he will stay at Manchester United."

The Red Devils are yet to bolster their attack in the transfer window, while Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly still wants to leave Old Trafford in search of a club competing in the UEFA Champions Legaue.

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