PSG Withdraw Interest in Marcus Rashford Amid £100 Million Price Tag

Rashford Faces Pressure to Rediscover Form Amid PSG’s Disinterest

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) has decided to end their pursuit of Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford after being informed that he would cost a staggering £100 million.

Rashford, who has had a challenging season, scoring just eight goals across all competitions, failed to meet expectations set by his impressive performance last year when he netted 30 goals in Erik ten Hag’s debut season. This contrast in form has left many disappointed, especially considering Rashford’s status as one of United’s highest earners following his contract renewal last summer, which secured him a £325,000 weekly wage.

Despite speculation of a potential move to PSG, the French giants have shifted their focus away from Rashford, believing that the player may have used transfer rumors to leverage contract negotiations. Additionally, Rashford’s underwhelming performances this season have further convinced PSG to abandon their pursuit of the 26-year-old, despite initial discussions of a £75 million bid, with United reportedly seeking closer to £100 million.

With PSG pulling out of the race, Rashford now faces immense pressure to turn around his form. His recent disappointing performance in the draw against Bournemouth has only intensified scrutiny, with Manchester United legend Gary Neville expressing concern about Rashford’s well-being.

In a recent podcast appearance, Neville remarked, “Marcus Rashford, I don’t know how to say this, but to me there’s something not right. He’s not right, and it’s not just a case of him not playing well, he doesn’t look happy.” Neville highlighted Rashford’s importance to Manchester United, emphasizing the need for him to rediscover his form and spirit as a key player for the club.

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