And should the England global depart from the Red Devils, Arsenal have been linked with a move to land the 20-year-old, with former striker Ian Wright insisting that Rashford should consider a move away from the club in search of more playing time.
Sources said United had not received any formal inquiry about the availability of the England global, who has scored 12 goals in 44 games this season, and their stance is that any approach would be unwelcome.
Meanwhile, City have escaped action over allegations that a coin was aimed at Jose Mourinho towards the end of United's 3-2 win.
Rashford has started on the bench for United in their last three matches, including the club's sensational comeback over rivals Manchester City on Saturday evening, sparking Wright to open up about the Wythenshawe-born forward's future prospects. "But we always want more and we always want to show progression individually and as a team, so the numbers don't really matter as much as the results do to me". "They're the most important things".
The speedy forward is also in line to make the England squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation having featured regularly for his country under Gareth Southgate.
"He could play for anyone at the moment especially in the top four". So, we have a baseline and we know what we're doing.
Many felt Mourinho used PSG's interest to force United into offering him a new deal but reports in Spain today claim the Portuguese boss turned down a record-breaking offer to stay at Old Trafford.