Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford opened the scoring under Solskjaer’s regime scoring a superb freekick in the 3rd minute against Cardiff City.
And now reports are claiming that the England international is the subject of transfer interest from some of the top European clubs.
Marcus Rashford broke into the scene under Louis Van Gaal and since then the forward has been a constant feature under every manager.
And under Ole Solksjaer too, the fate of Rashford has not changed too much as the caretaker boss chose to field the Englishman as his only striker in the absence of Romelu Lukaku.
Real Madrid have been linked with the forward during the summer as well and now reports are suggesting that La Liga rivals Barcelona are also keeping tabs on the Marcus Rashford situation.
The reports suggest that if Manchester United do free up Marcus Rashford then the Catalans will not shy away from placing a bid for the England international.
Apart from Real Madrid and Barcelona, AC Milan are also interested in signing Marcus Rashford but no deal will be struck next month’s – that’s for sure.
Marcus Rashford still has one and a half year left on his current contract at Man United so the Red Devils theoretically have no hurry to find a buyer for the forward.