Marcus Rashford is one of the most promising young players to come out of Manchester United’s academy in recent years.
Over 350 senior appearances for his boyhood club have already been made by the 25-year-old.
Following a poor 2021-22 season in which he scored just five goals in 32 games, the England international had a tremendous come back in form this season.
He increased his productivity last season, scoring 30 goals and providing 11 assists in 56 games to become the club’s leading scorer.
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Bruno Fernandes, who scored 14 goals for United this season, was the only other player to reach double digits.
With 123 goals, Rashford ranks 18th among Man United’s all-time leading goal scorers.
Top of the list is Wayne Rooney, who scored 253 goals in over 550 games.
If Marcus Rashford pledges his long-term future to the Red Devils, he can surpass the record held by DC United’s head coach.
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His current Manchester United contract expires in 2024, but he is anticipated to sign to a new deal with the club, which is prepared to provide highly lucrative terms.
If Rashford keeps up his current form, he could retire as Manchester United’s all-time leading goalscorer.