Rashford struggled at the beginning of the season under Jose Mourinho which led critics to doubt whether his future would be at Manchester United.
But since Mourinho’s dismissal and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s arrival, Rashford has been made United’s lead striker and star player.
Rashford has scored four goals in Solskjaer’s six matches in charge including the match winner against Tottenham on Sunday.
It was the first time Rashford has scored in three consecutive Premier League matches in his career.
And according to the Daily Mirror, United want to offer Rashford a new contract which would see his wages rise to around £150,000-a-week.
The report claims United’s decision is as a result of the keen interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus.
Rashford’s current contract ends in 18 months but has an alternative to be extended by a year.
Rashford’s performance has had consequences on Romelu Lukaku, who has scored three goals under Solskjaer however all but one of his features have been coming on from the bench.