Marcus Rashford reportedly rejected a £400,000-a-week contract at Paris Saint-Germain to fight for his Manchester United spot under Erik ten Hag.
The England international was deeply unhappy last season under interim boss Ralf Rangnick, having been used sparingly under the German.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had been sacked earlier in the campaign, with Rashford scoring just five times throughout the season.
There were huge question marks over whether or not the England international would leave the Theatre of Dreams last summer with his contract set to expire.
Before United triggered a one-year extension ruling out a free transfer away, PSG are claimed to have contacted his representatives over a switch to Parc des Princes.
According to The Athletic, the French giants offered Rashford a contract worth an astonishing £400,000-a-week.
That would have seen him earn the same amount that Cristiano Ronaldo was being paid by United at the time.
The huge contract would have also seen the striker double his money as he currently earns in the region of £200k-per-week.
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However, Rashford turned down PSG’s jaw-dropping contract and decided to stay put as Ten Hag arrived as the new manager.
And it appears to have been a wise decision with the Englishman on fire this season, scoring 27 times in all competitions.
That has included some incredible goals against Barcelona, Arsenal, Manchester City, while also proving instrumental in United’s route to the Carabao Cup final.
Rashford is said to be settled in Manchester and loves the city and the club, while he has been impressed with the mark that Ten Hag has made so far.
Rashford has been in top form this season
United sit third in the Premier League and are the hot favourites to win the Europa League this season, while they are also in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
It means that the club could end up with three trophies by the end of the season ahead of a possible title tilt next term.
However, Rashford is still yet to sign a new contract at United – which was extended again in December that will now see it expire in 2024.
PSG are likely to be interested again this summer, with Les Parisiens president Nasser Al-Khelaifi revealing in December how they will look to snap him up if Rashford couldn’t find an agreement with United.