Manchester - Marcus Rashford has signed a new contract with Manchester United through June 2020, a reward for the teenage striker's breakthrough this season that could earn him a place in England's European Championship squad.
United announced the deal on Monday, saying Rashford has an option to extend the contract by a further year.
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The 18-year-old Rashford was plucked from the youth teams and given his senior debut in February because of an injury crisis. He scored two goals in his debut, a Europa League game against FC Midtjylland and two against Arsenal three days later in his first Premier League start.
He scored the winner in his first Manchester derby and scored within three minutes of his England debut on Friday. England's Euro 2016 squad will be announced Tuesday.