Eye-watering sum Man Utd ace Marcus Rashford’s businesses make every day revealed


THREE Lions ace Marcus Rashford is proving as much of a hotshot off the pitch as on it — with his businesses making £48,000 a day.

The canny star’s earnings now eclipse the £200,000-a-week wages he gets from Man United.

GettyMarcus Rashford’s businesses are making £48,000 a day[/caption]

GettyThe striker’s wages netted him £10.4million[/caption]

Accounts from Companies House showed his businesses made £17.7million in the 12 months to April 2022 and hold total assets of £31million.

The striker’s wages netted him another £10.4million.

A source said: “Marcus is a bright bloke — and very quick to spot a business opportunity. His determination and drive comes from his childhood when he struggled. And he is now as good at spotting chances off the pitch, as he is on it — as his earnings show.”

In particular, his image rights company, MUCS Enterprises, enjoyed a good year with its assets increasing by £11million to £20.1million.

Housing business MUCS Properties made a £6.5million profit and now holds £9.7million of assets.

Kind-hearted Rashford, 25, is reportedly renting one of his properties to bankrupt former Man Utd player Wes Brown, 43, for “mates rates”.

His third company, MUCS Investments, held £292,227 in assets as of January 2022.

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In February, we revealed that he set up a private security business of which he is sole director.

MUCS Security is yet to file accounts.

Rashford, who relied on breakfast clubs and free school meals while growing up as a child, was made an MBE in 2020 for his campaigning against child poverty during Covid.

His intervention helped to force a government U-turn on free school meal vouchers for 1.3million children during the school holidays.

A spokeswoman for Rashford was approached.

Phil-ing his boots

MANCHESTER City and England star Phil Foden has raked in £6.4million in two years from his image rights, according to accounts filed by his company Rondog Sports.

The bonanza is on top of a £150,000-a-week wage packet and a lucrative boot deal with sportswear giant Nike.

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PAPhil Foden has raked in £6.4million in two years from his image rights[/caption]

Foden, 22, is now investing some of his wealth in bricks and mortar, having set up PF Property Holdings to buy, sell and let properties.

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