Paris Saint-Germain Planning Sensational Summer Transfer For Manchester United's Marcus Rashford
Rashford returned to the United first team following football's restart after being out since January with a back injury.
The Independent have reported that the Ligue 1 winners are interested in the 22-year-old, with Tuchel thinking the English media 'don't realise how good a player Rashford actually is'.
Furthermore, the club are impressed with Rashford's off-field conduct in recent months and think he'd be a strong character in the dressing room.
Getting Rashford to leave United would likely cost in excess of £100 million but PSG would be happy to part with that for the player.
Tuchel thinks Rashford can complement the club's two star forwards Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, as they attempt to win the Champions League.
United fans will likely be calmed by the fact the forward is currently happy at Old Trafford and has no immediate desires to leave.
The report states: "Rashford's camp would naturally be willing to listen to any interest, but are currently content at United. The player is a thorough professional invested in maximising his own career, but also a local United supporter, who feels he can develop even more at the club."
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Rashford has netted two goals in his last three games as United continue their battle for a place in the top four.
PSG aren't the first of Europe's elite to register their interest in the England international.
It is believed Barcelona got in touch with Rashford shortly after the start of the 2017/18 campaign according to Mundo Deportivo, who claim he was initially 'excited' by the prospect of taking a step forward in his career.
The report also claims that his brothers, Dane and Dwaine, were involved in these conversations but on further reflection, the player doubted whether it was the right thing to do, questioning if he could adapt to the different culture and language.
Rashford, who only had two years left on his contract, instead decided to sign a new, £200,000-a-week contact with United the following summer, while Barcelona brought in their number one target Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid.
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