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An English striker to replace Mbappé?

An English striker to replace Mbappé?

PSG are already looking for a replacement for Kylian Mbappé and could be setting their sights on Manchester United's English striker Marcus Rashford.

While Kylian Mbappe's exit from Paris Saint-Germain has been recorded, Luis Campos and the Parisian club's management are already looking to find a replacement worthy of the name. According to the Sunday Times, Lucky could be a striker of the same generation as the Blues' captain.

Marcus Rashford, who was already mentioned in the capital last summer, will be on the Parisians' shortlist to strengthen the attacking department and compensate as much as possible for the absence of the French star.

The 26-year-old Rashford has been less productive this season in the Premier League, where he has scored 5 goals and provided 2 assists. A far cry from the figures provided by the England international in 2022-2023. The Mancunian scored 17 times in the league and was one of the key players in Erik ten Haag's squad.

Cheaper than expected?

This less-than-prosperous season may reduce Marcus Rashford's price a bit, so far estimated at around €70 million. The money recovered when Kylian Mbappé officially signed for Real Madrid – if there is an agreement between the player and the Ile-de-France team – can be used in this type of transaction.

PSG are not in the habit of signing British players. If Rashford arrives in Paris, Jantzen will become the fourth Englishman to pull on the Rouge et Bleu jersey after Derrick (1971-1972), Ray Wilkins (1987) and David Beckham, who ended his career at the Parc des Princes. Princes in 2013.

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