Published: Fri, March 29, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Barcelona set to offer two stars to Man Utd for Rashford

Barcelona set to offer two stars to Man Utd for Rashford

Barcelona have decided that Serbian forward Luka Jovic is their number 1 target and that Marcus Rashford is second choice should they fail to sign the on loan Frankfurt forward.

He has scored 18 goals in 27 La Liga matches for Barcelona this season but has failed to score in six appearances in the Champions League this campaign.

Barcelona are understood to be preparing a £100 million bid for Marcus Rashford.

United are still being linked with Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic.

Ander Herrera has been a key part of Manchester United's revival under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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He made a 6-foot birdie to match Horschel and send it to the 18th, and he lofted a wedge to 2 feet for birdie to win the 18th. The 64 players are split into 16 groups of four, with only the group winners advancing to the knockout stages at the weekend.

That's according to Mundo Deportivo, who published a front-page story on Tuesday that reports the Manchester United forward is one of the names that the Spanish club are keeping a close watch on him.

The first leg comes at Old Trafford on Wednesday, April 10, then Rashford and his colleagues head for the Nou Camp six days later.

Sources have told ESPN FC that United's stance is that there is no chance they will sell the England global and they are already talking about a new contract. It is understood the 21-year-old has no desire to leave his boyhood club, but United want to agree an extension with him as quickly as possible, to keep Barca at bay and avoid a summer of speculation over Rashford's future.

The England global has thrived since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's appointment as manager, scoring eight goals in eighteen appearances, and is believed to have no desire to leave his boyhood club. They are looking to sign one of the three this summer as they seek to replace the 32-year-old Luis Suarez.

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