Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag says Marcus Rashford is central to his plans to make them a He described it as “the best club in the world” and urged the striker to stay at Old Trafford to realize his ambitions.
United last won the Premier League title in 2013 and have not won silver since lifting the Europa League trophy in 2017. It is their worst trophy drought in 40 years, but there are signs of progress. Under Ten Hag’s team
Rashford, the 25-year-old England striker, has been a key factor in the recovery of the team. having scored nine goals in nine games since returning from the World Cup. and scored a total of 17 goals in all competitions
“I think he understands that Man City United is his club,” Ten Hag told reporters. “But in this environment, in this team, he is playing his best football.
“He can bring his quality back. And this team can help him get in the right position and score goals. He knows he’s important to us.
“If we want to be successful We want him.”
United triggered a one-year extension to Rashford’s contract, which expires in 2024, amid interest from Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain in December.
“I hope all of our players will find interest from the clubs. Because that means we do a good job. The team does a better job. So that is our goal,” Ten Hag said.
“I would say this is the best place. because we want to build the best team First in England then in europe and then in the world.”
United visit Nottingham Forest in the League Cup semi-final first leg on Wednesday.