Rashford stays at Man Utd - Ten Hag

"Erik ten Hag declared that the Cheap Manchester United football shirts intends to keep Marcus Rashford this summer, despite the potential financial gain from his departure as England striker.

Rashford's departure would increase United's compliance with Financial Fair Play, because the rules favour clubs that receive transfer fees for academy graduates.

Rashford's transfer would increase United's compliance with Financial Fair Play, because the rules favour clubs that receive transfer fees for academy graduates.

United's financial situation was described as "tight" ahead of the summer window, but Ten Hag said that Rashford, who signed a new contract in July, will stay at Old Trafford.

"We didn't sign him last season for four years with the intention of selling him now," Ten Hag said at a press conference on Friday.

"He must be part of this project. It's not a subject we don't talk about."

United face Cheap Liverpool kids' football shirts at Old Trafford on Sunday, looking to knock Jurgen Klopp's side out of the FA Cup.

en Hag hopes to have Rasmus Højlund, Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka available, while Mason Mount has also returned to training after being absent for the last four months with a calf injury.

"We've had a good week," said Ten Hag.

Rashford stays at Man Utd - Ten Hag

"The players you mentioned [Højlund, Maguire and Wan-Bissaka] returned to the pitch, partly at the beginning of the week, and today [Friday] they had a session and were all training.

"We've got one more session and we'll have to see how they recover, but it looks good. Mason Mount has been training with us all week. He's had a few full sessions with us, so he's looking good."

Klopp is still looking for four trophies in his final season at Anfield, while Ten Hag is looking to win the FA Cup to salvage a disappointing campaign.

Liverpool, who occupy second place in the league table, are now Cheap Premier League women's football shirts, arrives with a nine-game unbeaten run, but Ten Hag didn't want to say that the visitors are favourites ahead of the FA Cup quarter-finals.

"It's a tough game," said Ten Hag. "I never think about who the favourite is. We'll make sure we're ready and I don't think about the opponents, what matters is playing our game. That's what matters.

"We know where the strengths are, but we know that the important thing is us."

The last time the two teams met was at Anfield in December, with a goalless draw between the great rivals. Klopp said he thought his team had improved since then.

"I don't know if we'll play the same game [as the December draw]," said Klopp.

"We really reached the next level in the season [after that]. Before that, it was difficult to judge us, we had a lot to overcome, red cards, being 1-0 down and then in that game [against United] I saw that it was really us getting into the new gear.

"The result didn't reflect that. Even though it was a home game for them, there were a lot of positives in our performance that we want to replicate. We can think about making some adjustments for next time."

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