Man Utd will offer a new contract to Marcus Rashford, according to the Sunday Mirror.
The Premier League club are reportedly willing to make Rashford the joint-highest paid teenager in Europe, alongside Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches.
United have made it a priority to keep the 18-year-old out of the clutches of European giants like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.
And that means handing Rashford, who hopes to start against Watford today, a bumper pay-rise on top of his current £20,000-a-week wages.
The Wythenshawe-born striker signed a contract in May after an extraordinary rise saw him capped by England. It was a four-year deal, with a further 12-month option that would take him to 2021, including significant annual pay rises.
An Old Trafford insider said: “The club will do everything to make sure Marcus is happy at United. That means talking to him and listening to any problems he may have.
It also means paying him the kind of money top international footballers expect to earn.”
Rashford is under contract until 2020.