After consulting with former teammate Daley Blind about incoming manager Erik ten Hag, Marcus Rashford has made a decisive decision on his Manchester United future.
Blind was reportedly able to persuade the forward to stay at Old Trafford, according to Goal.
Last season, the England international had a dreadful run of form, netting only five goals in 37 appearances for the Red Devils in all competitions.
If interim boss Ralf Rangnick stayed in command, the 24-year-old was claimed to have finalised arrangements to leave Old Trafford.
Even after Rangnick’s departure, the England international’s future at Old Trafford remained uncertain.
After conversing with Ajax star Blind, Rashford is now enthused about the potential of working with Ten Hag, according to Goal.
Blind is alleged to have told Rashford about Ten Hag’s hands-on approach, which piqued Rashford’s interest.
The Englishman prefers to play on the left side of a front three to lock down a fixed position.