Marcus Rashford ‘wants to STAY at Man Utd despite Bayern transfer interest and will train in US to impress Erik ten Hag’

MARCUS RASHFORD is poised to turn down Bayern Munich and fight for his place under new boss Erik ten Hag at Manchester United.

Rashford was thought to be considering a move away from United following a poor season where he only scored five times in 32 matches across all competitions.

Bayern are one of several clubs to be linked with United's floundering front-man.

The German giants could lose Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona, and were eyeing Rashford as a possible replacement for the Poland international.

However, it seems Rashford still wants to prove his worth to the Red Devils, according to The Telegraph.

Ten Hag's plan to challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premier League title has resonated with Rashford.

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And to show his intent, Rashford plans to put himself through some intense training in the USA.

The England international will travel to America for a grueling training schedule next month, before linking back up with his United teammates on June 27, the report adds.

But before getting down to business, Rashford was spotted leaving a swanky restaurant in Los Angeles with Jesse Lingard on Wednesday.

The pair may have been tucking into a farewell meal for Lingard who is set to leave United on a free transfer this summer.

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Lingard's contract at Old Trafford is set to expire in the summer and the winger has no intention of penning a new deal with the Red Devils.

The winger could remain in the Premier League with West Ham keen on giving him a new home following his successful loan spell in East London during the second half of the 2020/21 season

And Rashford's got some extra time on his hands after being omitted from England's four upcoming Nations Cup matches next month.

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