Futballnews reports that Arsenal has reportedly “registered its interest” in signing Manchester United and England star Marcus Rashford in the next transfer window and the club has set aside 45 million pounds.
This season, the Englishman has struggled to find form, and he has only made a few appearances under interim manager Ralf Rangnick. This season, Rashford has only made twelve Premier League starts. In his 31 appearances in all competitions, he has been involved in seven goals.
After ‘totally bogus’ reports about Rangnick, he tries to avoid answering Man United questions. When Rashford’s condition was first revealed at the beginning of March, Arsenal was one of the clubs keeping a close eye on him. After it was stated that the player was ‘evaluating his future at United,’ this was announced.
Rashford presently makes over 240,000 euros each week at Manchester United, equating to a yearly salary of over £12.4 million. His current deal with the club is set to end on June 30, 2023.
Marcus Rashford is described as a “leading target” for the Gunners. The London club has “laid aside more than £45 million for a frontman capable of sliding right into Mikel Arteta’s team.”
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Arsenal is also interested in signing Ruben Neves, a midfielder for Wolves. Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are also fans of his. We need to wait for an offer because we don’t have anything; we need to wait for an offer so we can grasp what would actually happen. What is beneficial to the club is also beneficial to the player.
“It’s obvious to me that if I want to work with Ruben, I should do it. If you ask the player if he wants to work for me, he will say yes. ” However, this is football, and you never know what will happen the next day.
“We can plan the best approach for what we want, which is to have the greatest players on the field.” I don’t have an issue with anyone in that position, but if everyone is available, I’ll go with Ruben. It’s obvious since that’s what I’ve done since the beginning. He can provide us with a new perspective. He’s a large guy and our first choice for that spot. “
“He trained yesterday, but he didn’t train today,” Lage noted. I believe it will be difficult to be ready to play 90 minutes as a midfielder after six weeks. Let’s see what happens, but Ruben is having a difficult time right now.