BREAKING NEWS: Marcus Rashford made a statement to the board members of Manchester United today, stating, “Let me go or else I will start scoring OWN GOALS.” This statement came in the midst of a significant problem with Erik ten Hag of Manchester United.

An acknowledgment of departure from Manchester United is made by Marcus Rashford, who also discusses the impact of Erik ten Hag.

Marcus Rashford is looking to improve on a season that was the finest of his career with Manchester United.

He has provided his opinion on Erik ten Hag, the manager of the Red Devils, while he is in possession of a new deal at Old Trafford.

Marcus Rashford has acknowledged that earlier than Erik ten Hag took over as manager of Manchester United, he entertained the idea of leaving the club.

In Ten Hag’s first season as manager, Rashford set a new career high with 30 goals scored. Earlier this month, Rashford signed a new five-year contract, which he made official earlier this month.

During the previous summer, Rashford was coming off of an injury-plagued season in which he only managed to score five goals, and his form and confidence were at an all-time low.

The situation has changed significantly since then.

Rashford, who is 25 years old, acknowledged that leaving his childhood club was a possibility when he was at his lowest point.

His representatives have informed Paris Saint-Germain that they have had discussions with the club. On the other hand, the arrival of Ten Hag proved to be the deciding factor, as the Dutchman’s ability to manage his players contributed to Rashford having his finest season ever at Old Trafford.

Rashford commented, “Before the manager came, maybe a little bit, but it’s football, it happens.”

This was in response to the question of whether or not he had ever considered quitting United.

There is a reason for everything that occurs, and the timing worked out for me when he arrived to the club at the perfect time. Everything is going to happen eventually.

“Now the conversation is a little bit different because I believe it is obvious that the manager is very ambitious, and he has been since the moment he stepped in,” the speaker said.

There was not a single shred of uncertainty in my mind regarding it.

“I am eager to continue to improve, for the players and the staff to continue to improve and become accustomed to each other, and for us to push ourselves to be better than we were the previous year.

In the end, that is the only way that we will once again be able to win trophies on a constant basis.

In the beginning of this summer, Marcus Rashford renewed his contract with Manchester United (this image was provided by Getty Images).

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