Marcus Rashford is making an offer to become a global superstar by branding his name in America, according to reports.
The Manchester United star was announced last month with the American sports agency Roc Nation, Jay-Z.
But The Sun now claims the 22-year-old has filed official documents that would allow him to market hundreds of products.
Marcus Rashford tries to file his name in America according to reports
The Manchester United star signed with rap star Jay-Z’s Roc Nation company last month
The report adds that the marketed product could range from deodorants and shaving gel to binoculars, gym bags and computer games.
The same outlet says the application to the US Patent and Trademark Office has been accepted and will be published in the US Official Trademark Journal on Tuesday.
The request will then be approved unless anyone with an objection shows up to file a complaint within the next 30 days.
The news comes in the wake of the United star receiving this summer an honoris causa doctorate from the University of Manchester for his campaign against child poverty.
Rashford’s candidacy will be approved unless anyone with an objection shows up
The news comes on the heels of the Man United star receiving an honorary doctorate
Rashford has partnered with charity FareShare to raise £ 20million for food donations during the coronavirus pandemic and also helped convince the government to expand its food stamp program for children benefiting from meals free schools throughout the summer holidays.
Before being added to the impressive Roc Nation clientele in April, his career was guided by his brothers Dwaine Maynard, 36, and Dane Rashford, 27, through their sports management company.
His brothers will continue to manage his football career – after carefully guiding his career for the past four and a half years and negotiating the signing of a new contract 12 months ago – while an offshoot of Roc Nation will take care of his off-field. Activities.
His brothers Dwaine Maynard and Dane Rashford will continue to manage his football career
Jay-Z also transported the trio to Miami for the 2020 Super Bowl which took place in February.
Roc Nation was formed in 2013 by rap star and American entrepreneur Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter, opening offices in the UK in December.
Company clients include Rashford United teammate Eric Bailly and former attacking partner Romelu Lukaku – now at Inter Milan – as well as Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne, Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings and captain from the South African rugby union Siya Kolisi, winner of the World Cup.