He has also been making fairly hefty wage demands of the higher-ups at Old Trafford, however, it now appears that those demands have been met.
The Times are reporting that the 21-year-old will sign a new deal imminently, with a lucrative pay rise going to be involved.
That is not surprising seen as Rashford is currently on £80,000-a-week, and it had previously been reported that United were willing to go as high as £300,000-a-week for the young forward.
The news of a new deal for Rashford will provide United with some much needed stability over a turbulent summer which is seeing plenty of change in the playing staff.
Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia have already departed, while Romelu Lukaku is expected to move to Inter Milan and Paul Pogba is attempting to engineer a move to Real Madrid.
The Red Devils are also trying to conclude a significant amount of business coming into the club, having only snapped up Dan James from Swansea so far.
Crystal Palaces Aaron Wan-Bissaka and West Hams Issa Diop are high on their list of priorities as they look to revamp the entire first team under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Rashford has already made 170 appearances for Manchester United at the age of just 21, and won 32 caps for his country.
He scored 13 goals in all competitions last season, 10 coming in the Premier League, which was the best return of his career to date.
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