Real Madrid plans a 110m-euro offer for Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford.
The Sun writes today that the striker is continuing to discuss the terms of a new contract with the Red Devils.
This has encouraged Spanish giants to sit down and talk to a British representative who is shining this year under the orders of Norwegian coach Ole Gunnas Solskjaer.
Real have continued to maintain communication lines with Rashford camp and it is believed that agreement will be reached in principle within these days.
They have guaranteed it to be their number one striker and will have more special treatment.
The player is already paid 70,000 euros a week and is likely to extend the contract that will end next season.
United is reportedly ready to triple the player's weekly salary, which they see as an important part of the club.
Otherwise, the 21-year-old has so far had 99 appearances for the English team scoring 25 goals.