Marcus Rashford is urging Paul Pogba to stay with Manchester United.
The Sun says Rashford is one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s big guns urging the French World Cup winner, 28, to sign a new contract with the Red Devils.
Pogba has so far refused a new deal — meaning United would cash in for the right fee.
Paris Saint-Germain lead the chase but would only fork out around half of the £89m United paid for him five years ago.
A source said: “Rashford and several others have been doing everything to convince Pogba to stay.
“They believe the team would lose a key man if he goes as he’s seen as a genuine world-class talent among the squad.
“He’s also a leader in the dressing room — one of the players the younger ones look up to when the team is struggling.”
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