Real Madrid are reported to have revived their interest in Manchester United graduate Marcus Rashford amid claims that Cristiano Ronaldo could be headed to Juventus during the current transfer window.
The European champions are supposedly planning major team changes under new manager Julen Lopetegui and Ronaldo is one of those who could part ways with the Capital outfit.
As a result, Los Blancos are keen on grooming a young crop of attacking talent in their squad rebuild and according to OK Diario, Rashford has been highlighted as one of their prime targets.
In the publication, Rashford has been highlighted to be unsettled with the limited gametime but that does not appear truly the case, considering he managed 52 appearances over the course of the previous campaign.
The £25,000-a-week star did find himself on the bench more often than not during the backend of the season but he did manage to feature against the elite whilst being handed a start in the FA Cup final.
As such, talks of him leaving Old Trafford are literally non-existent and the club’s hierarchy are understood to have plans in place to reward him and compatriot Jesse Lingard with bumper deals following the World Cup.