At a time when United were failing to earn Champions League football for 2022-23, Rashford was enduring one of the least productive campaigns of his career.
With Erik ten Hag being appointed as the team's new manager, it has been suggested that the academy graduate may be allowed to depart Old Trafford with effectively just two years remaining on his contract.
However, according to The Telegraph, the 24-year-old is currently focused on trying to prove himself to the former Ajax boss.
The report claims that the England international wants to make a positive impression during pre-season in a bid to save his United career, particularly as a first-choice player.
Given the upheaval in other areas of the pitch, Ten Hag is likely to welcome such a mentality while still not letting sentiment get in the way as he bids to build a more successful team.
Rashford ended this season having contributed just four goals and two assists in the top flight. body check tags ::