Rashford Denies crazy salary rumour, Erik ten hag unhappy with fixture congestion

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been in sensational form this season. Scoring an impressive 28 goals in 47 appearances for the Red Devils. This is a marked improvement from the previous campaign, where he struggled to find the back of the net and managed just five goals in 32 games.

Marcus Rashford denies Rumours on crazy salary

Despite this impressive form, there have been recent reports of “crazy” salary requests from Rashford. However, the player himself has stated that he is happy with how things are developing at Old Trafford and is confident that success is just around the corner.

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New deal talks between Rashford and United are set to continue soon. With the forward reportedly enjoying working under manager Erik ten Hag. The Dutchman was appointed as United’s new manager last summer. And has been tasked with leading the team back to the top of the Premier League.

Marcus Rashford Injury and Erik ten Hag

Rashford’s form this season has been a key factor in United’s success. With the team currently in a strong position to qualify for next season’s Champions League. However, the forward’s recent injury has raised concerns among United fans about the team’s ability to continue performing at a high level without him.

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During United’s recent 2-0 win over Everton, Rashford was forced off injured. His manager Erik ten Hag expressed his frustration with the scheduling of fixtures. The team had played a late Sunday game against Newcastle before facing Everton in an early Saturday kick-off. Leaving little time for players to recover between games.


Ten Hag stated that this kind of scheduling can increase the risk of players getting injured and called for changes to be made to the Premier League’s scheduling system. However, he also expressed confidence that the team can continue performing well despite Rashford’s injury.

“Marcus is a very important player for us, but we have a strong squad and we are confident that we can continue performing well even without him,” said ten Hag. “We have a lot of quality players who can step up and make a difference.”


Despite the injury setback, Rashford remains a key part of United’s plans for the future, and the club will be hoping to tie him down to a new long-term contract soon. With his impressive form and commitment to the team, Rashford is sure to play a vital role in United’s quest for success both domestically and in Europe.