The Red Devils are heading into the summer licking their wounds from another humbling domestic and European season.
After going through an underwhelming campaign, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to strengthen his side in every aspect.
The truth is the Spaniard doesn't really suit Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's high tempo, pacy attacking football if he's forced out wide. However, even he has shown frailties towards the end of the season.
This season the French World Cup victor - who has 35million followers on Instagram - has also brought out his Pogmoji app.
Fans are split over whether there's a need to hold onto him as a useful squad option or to let him go entirely.
Liverpool legend John Barnes believes the introduction of a salary cap would make the Premier League more competitive and prevent Manchester City from flattening the field for years to come.
Now, according to The Sun, Rashford has his future in mind.
The Portuguese boss has had huge success throughout his career with FC Porto, Chelsea, Inter, Real Madrid and Manchester United, and has been linked with a host of managerial roles since he was sacked by United last December.
And as per latest developments, the academy graduate has chose to hold off on signing a new deal until he is clear on the club's direction and plans for the future after a disastrous 2018-19 season.
Marcus Rashford has a lot of expectation to live up to. But as per the report, the talks have hit a snag because of United's distance from the summit of the Premier League and Rashford's belief in Solskjaer's capabilities has dwindled over the past couple of months.