Manchester United striking sensation Marcus Rashford has put pen to paper on a new contract that will keep him at Old Trafford for years to come, The Telegraph claim.
The 18-year-old centre forward has burst onto the scene in 2015-16 and looks set to be a superstar for the Red Devils in years to come.
Despite his young age, Rashford has scored critical goals in important games for United and as a result has been included in Roy Hodgson’s provisional squad for Euro 2016.
The teenager netted within three minutes of his international debut against Australia on Friday night and now is being tipped to be included in the contingent that travels to France for the tournament.
The latest report suggests that Rashford is happy to extend his contract with United and will sign on for another four years.
The exact financials of the deal are yet to be clarified but it is believed that the striker will receive a weekly wage of round £20,000 and receive bonuses dependant on performance.