Marcus Rashford doesn't want to move away from Manchester United as he feels he still has a huge role to play.
The striker's attitude has been questioned by the club fans this season after giving some substandard performances with others accusing him of concentrating too much on his nonfootball activities.
🗞 Rashford is expected to travel to the US where he will be put through his paces during a working holiday next month before he returns for the start of pre-season with #mufc on June 27. [@TelegraphDucker]— UtdDistrict (@UtdDistrict) May 24, 2022
Outgoing United manager Ralf Rangnick barely used Rashford this season and there were reports that the player wasn't happy with his lack of proper game time at the club with a move away imminent.
The Telegraph however reports that the Englishman has decided he wants to stay at United and is expected to undergo some intense warm-weather training in the United States next month as he bids to hit the ground running in order to impress Ten Hag.
Marcus Rashford has won book of the year at the British Book Awards for his non-fiction debut 'You Are A Champion' 📚👏 pic.twitter.com/YEjUfndJ0w— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) May 24, 2022
Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are believed to be keeping an eye on Rashford’s situation in the event other targets do not come available.