Marcos Rashford has thrown out the idea to join Real Madrid in the summer into the thrash can.
The 21-year-old England international was keen on leaving the Manchester outfit after a rough first half campaign with former boss Jose Mourinho.
Real Madrid had appeared to have stepped in to salvage the situation and were reportedly keen to sign the star this summer.But a change at the helm has had the youngster have a change of heart and will remain contented for now, at Old Trafford.
It was said Madrid had established contacts with the player’s representatives in a bid to haggle over is wage bill should he eventually accept join the 13-time European champions.
SunSport is hinting that Rashford will hold out and is no longer in a hurry to leave Old Trafford since the appointment of interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United are back on the front foot and seems that all they need was a nudge, albeit from another manager who is not Portuguese Jose Mourinho, to get them back on track.
Solskjaer seems to have found the players sweet spot, as they have won three games on the trot, with their next match against Newcastle at St James’ Park on the horizon.
Manchester United are sixth on the Premier League log, 12 points adrift second place where they finished off last season.