Cape Town - Manchester United will resist the advances of
Real Madrid and Barcelona in the off-season as they look to tie down Marcus
Rashford to a new contract.
The youngster was unsettled under the leadership of Jose
Mourinho, often struggling to get a game, but has flourished since Ole Gunnar
Solskjaer took charge on a caretaker basis.
So much so, he has bagged eight goals in his last 15 matches
and showed a cool head when slotting home a late penalty to knock Paris
Saint-Germain out of the Champions League.
Such form has again caught the attention of the Spanish
giants, with some reports claiming they could test United's resolve by making a
move in the off-season.
However, United have no intention of letting him leave and
are said to be in talks with his representatives in regard to penning a bumper
Rashford is currently under contract until 2021 but United
are keen to get him tied down to a new one in order to keep the vultures away
and hope he will commit.