Manchester United is expected to name Erik ten Hag as their new permanent manager soon, according to multiple reports.
As he prepares to take over as manager, the Dutchman is said to have instructed the club's executives not to go forward with any plans to sell England's top player, amid reports he could depart in the summer.
According to the Sun, United officials are seeking to persuade the England international to stay.
Rashford's dissatisfaction at Old Trafford grew after he was left out of United's 1-1 draw with Leicester City despite being the club's sole acknowledged striker.
Although PSG, Atletico Madrid, and Barcelona have expressed interest in signing the England forward, United remains confident in him.
"Marcus is having a really terrible time this season," a source told the Sun, "particularly in the games where he hasn't started even though United didn't have another striker available."
"He's worried that Ralf Rangnick doesn't like him because it's occurred a few times."