Inside Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho's bromance with new Man Utd star asking England pal to get transfer over line

MANCHESTER UNITED look to have FINALLY got the transfer of Jadon Sancho over the line.

And Old Trafford favourite Marcus Rashford may just have proved instrumental in making it happen.


The two players, both on international duty with England at the Euros, appear to have a bromance in full blossom.

According to The Athletic, Sancho texted his mate to try and get his dream move to United done.

The 21-year-old wrote: "Can you ask Ed to pay the money please?"

But it took almost a year later for it to look like it's finally happening as United held on to get their man for cheaper.

The Premier League giants will pay £73million for the former Manchester City youth player.

SunSport revealed last month that the England star had already agreed personal terms with the Red Devils, worth £350,000-a-week.

And Rashford will be delighted he will get to share the changing room with his great friend.

Last month Rashford appeared to reply to a tweet that read 'Announce Sancho Marcus' with 'yes' – sending United fans delirious.

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But the morning after the United star said it wasn't him and that his account had 'a little hack'.

Rashford also shared a photo of the pair in England training, captioning it 'little bro' and tagging in Sancho.

He has also described Sancho, 21, as his 'favourite player in the Bundesliga' when asked by a fan on social media.

The pair have wished each other 'happy birthday' over social media, and Sancho was in awe of Rashford's fight with the government for free school meals for kids.

The incoming United forward replied on one of Rashford's statements with: "I stand by you all the way!

"Growing up in London a lot of the kids their parents struggled financially so having free school meals was a saviour!

"This one is close to my heart."

Hilariously, Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham jokingly tried to break their budding friendship.

Last year United marksman Rashford took to Instagram to wish his compatriot a happy birthday.

Posting a picture of the duo on international duty, the 23-year-old said: "Happy birthday bro!! @sanchooo10 Enjoy your day, indoors!"

The ex-Manchester City youth star was quick to reply, as he messaged back: "Thank you Rashhyy, appreciate it bro."

In a now deleted comment, Abraham then chipped in where he warned Rashford, "Stay away from my Jadon," followed by a laughing emoji.

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