Chelsea are reportedly continuing to monitor any developments with the future of Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.
Chelsea have reportedly retained an interest in signing Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.
However, there is every indication that the West Londoners will spend more money during the two periods for business during 2023.
Chairman and co-owner Todd Boehly and a new-look recruitment team will currently be assessing the market with regards to potential new arrivals.
When Chelsea were initially considering a move for the long-serving United forward, he had been coming off a poor season at Old Trafford and was not regarded as a certain starter.
However, the 25-year-old’s situation has considerably improved since the arrival of Erik ten Hag, who views the England international as a key man.
Rashford has contributed eight goals and three assists in all competitions during 2022-23, his form leading to a recall to the Three Lions squad for the World Cup.
Although he was only selected among the replacements for Monday’s opener against Iran, Rashford came off the substitutes’ bench and netted within a minute of his introduction.