Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford, is set to stay at the club despite ongoing attempts to sell him this summer, as reported by the UK Sun.

It was previously suggested that Manchester United was considering selling their entire squad, with only Kobbie Mainoo, Rasmus Hojlund, and Alejandro Garnacho exempted from the list.

New co-owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, aims to revamp the team for the upcoming season in hopes of restoring the club’s former success.

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While Rashford’s potential departure could bring in significant funds for the Red Devils, given his academy graduate status, the 26-year-old, valued at £80 million, is not willing to leave the club.

Rashford, who has deep roots in Manchester and is a product of the club’s academy, remains content at United and is not interested in transferring away from his childhood team.