Marcus Rashford has stated he is “100 percent” committed to Manchester United amid speculation surrounding his future.
The England international has featured in both of United’s Premier League games this season, but his future at the club has recently come into question, with Paris Saint-Germain believed to be interested in the forward.
Despite being linked with a move away from Old Trafford, Rashford has told Sky Sports News he is committed to United.
Rashford stated: “100 percent. For me that’s a non-negotiable. The one thing that remains the same is your dedication and your commitment to training and the games.
“I feel like whatever the situation is I have to give 100 per cent for myself, family, friends and the fans.”
The 24-year-old faced further questions about whether he could potentially play for the Red Devils for the entirety of his career.
In response, Rashford said: “For me, I have always wanted to be at Manchester United for as long as possible and be competing for trophies at the club, hopefully we can get back to doing that and it’s something that I’m definitely pushing to do.”
Rashford has started both of United’s league games this season, which have resulted in a 2-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion and a 4-0 loss against Brentford.
Commenting on the difficult times United have endured of late, the Englishman admitted: “It’s been tough, don’t get me wrong.
“Especially last season, we didn’t reach the heights we could have reached and we didn’t reach the standards we are capable of.
“It’s something to work towards and definitely right now the team is a work in progress. We have to understand the situation we are in and just keep pushing ourselves everyday.”
Rashford concluded by speaking on Erik Ten Hag‘s arrival at the club: “I think it just takes time to adapt.
“I think some managers we have adapted quicker than what we thought. The bottom line is that you get there and feel comfortable doing the stuff that the manager wants you to do. And also enjoying it.
“This manager definitely wants you to enjoy it and work hard as a unit. I have always said then when you do work hard as a unit, it is 10x more enjoyable.”
Rashford is expected to start United’s Premier League meeting against bitter rivals Liverpool on Monday evening.