Rashford, 24, has been considering his future at United after a chastening season in which he has scored five goals and started 12 Premier League games out of a possible 26, but sources say he is now looking forward to embarking on a new chapter with Ten Hag.
Rashford was omitted from the England squad by coach Gareth Southgate for the first time last month. There are two more England squad get-togethers for Nations League matches in June and September before the World Cup starts on November 21.
Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in Rashford and Liverpool have even expressed admiration for the forward, who is approaching the final year of his United contract. United have the option of a one-year extension to tie Rashford to the club until 2024.
Sources say Rashford accepts he is not an integral part of interim manager Ralf Rangnick’s plans as United prepare for their final four matches of the season. Of Rangnick’s 25 matches in charge, Rashford has lined up 11 times.
Rangnick said Rashford’s training performances have impressed but he has failed to transmit that level to matchdays. Sources close to Rashford say he is continuing to train hard and professionally.
United confirmed the appointment of Ten Hag as their next manager last week and Rashford is understood to be looking forward to working with the current Ajax coach.
It emerged in the wake of United’s 4-1 defeat by Manchester City on March 6 Rashford’s future was uncertain after he started on the bench despite the absence of fellow forwards Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood.
The quartet were also unavailable for the visit of Leicester earlier this month and Rashford was named on the bench again.