Unfortunately for United, it looks like even academy players like Rashford are not sure they want to continue their stay at the club!
Rashford, 21, is about to enter the final 12 months of his current deal at Old Trafford.
Despite rising through the club’s ranks, he is concerned about their direction after woeful campaign.
Manchester United will not play Champions League football next term after finishing sixth in the Premier League.
Rashford will reportedly spend the summer assessing how Old Trafford bosses react to their slump before committing his future.
According to The Sun, the England international wants to be sure they will soon be heading back in the right direction.
He is reluctant to miss out on Champions League football after back-to-back seasons in the competition.
Rashford hit a brace on his Red Devils debut in the Europa League three years ago but he is eager to remain at the top table.
Old Trafford chiefs are expected to back Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the transfer market, despite the team’s slump in form after landing the permanent job.
A host of talent including Kalidou Koulibaly, Jadon Sancho, Robert Lewandowski, Ryan Sessegnon and Sean Longstaff have all been linked.
Rashford hinted at his frustration about the poor campaign on social media earlier this week.
“Next season we need to get back to how Manchester United play, for me that’s most important,” he said.
“We need to find that willingness and respond the right way”
United have an option in Rashford’s current deal to extend his terms for a further season.
They are likely to trigger the clause if they are unable to pin him down to fresh terms.
The situation has echoes of David De Gea’s reluctant to commit to the club.
United opted to trigger a one-year option in the Spain international’s contract to avoid losing him for nothing this summer.