Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford could be sold to Barcelona, having already agreed once to move to Catalonia.
The Red Devils lost to Newcastle United on Saturday, with pundits and critics pulling no punches over the state of the club. Former club captain Gary Neville said in the aftermath that he was "tired" of his own club, while Sky Sports colleagues Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher criticised Rashford personally, suggesting he could have done more in the defeat.
With manager Erik ten Hag coming under further scrutiny, the future of several players is up for debate, with Rashford one of the more high-profile underperformers.
Barça could be encouraged by the thought of bringing Rashford in, too, since according to Mundo Deportivo, Rashford agreed a deal with Barcelona once before, in 2018.
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Plenty has changed since then: not least a new contract signed by Rashford over the summer to keep him at Old Trafford until 2028. With David De Gea now gone, it's believed that the 26-year-old is United's highest earner.
This would be a sticking point for Barcelona, given their financial issues. And while Raphinha would represent an upgrade on the out-of-form Antony on the right wing, manager Ten Hag would likely prefer to broker a move for long-term target Frenkie De Jong, after coveting his countryman since arriving in England.
Spanish outlet SPORT have previously confirmed Blaugrana boss Xavi to be a fan of the forward.
Rashford is valued at around £75 million by Transfermarkt.
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