Manchester United rising star Marcus Rashford has reportedly indicated that he is in no rush to sign a new long-term contract with his current club amid interested from Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Rashford has already made 116 appearances for the Red Devils in all competitions. However, the 20-year-old has mainly been used as a substitute by Jose Mourinho, and England international forward seems to be unhappy with his role in the club.
The academy graduate would prefer to stay at Old Trafford but according to The Sun, the attacker is ready to consider options elsewhere if the situation will be the same next season.
Manager Jose Mourinho will allegedly make significant changes to his starting XI during the summer and Rashford wants to see his role next season.
Exactly half of Rashford’s 44 outings in all competitions this campaign have come from the bench, while just 14 starts have been made in the English top-tier.
Rashford still has just over two years remaining on his current deal with the Red Devils, but he could make a switch elsewhere with Arsenal are also keen on to offer youngster regular first-team minutes at Emirates Stadium.