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Manchester United striker, Marcus Rashford, will forego entering new contract talks with the Red Devils over growing frustration due to lack of game time.

Reports in France have emerged claiming the youngster, who has had to make do with a place on the bench for much of the season, is keen to ditch Old Trafford in favour of regular first team action.

With so many outlets reporting the story, it's becoming harder for supporters to (perhaps in more hope than anything else) dismiss it as agent tactics for a new contract.

Manchester United striker, Marcus Rashford has chose to stay at the club instead of leaving for first team opportunities.

Rashford now has two years remaining on his £70,000-a-week contract with the option of a further 12 months. After starting the season like a man on fire, his form dropped at the tail end of the year as many questioned whether he was exhausted after playing so many matches.

Both players are now being linked with moves away from Old Trafford in the summer.

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And with Jose Mourinho set to splash more cash this summer, Rashford fears being further overlooked.

NAIJ.com previously reported that Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has emerged as a shock target for reigning Premier League champions Chelsea.

In the last three months or so, the player has started just four games, and is yet to find the back of the net.

Martial has struggled for consistency at Old Trafford since he arrived under Louis van Gaal, but Mourinho has been unable to oversee a significant improvement on that front in his two seasons in charge.

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