An unnamed source told The Sun: “Marcus is a clever young man and wants a vehicle that will see his cash grow well beyond his football career.”
Rashford, 19, is the only director of the business which was established earlier this year and is registered to an address in Manchester. Its business activity is registered as “development of building projects”.
Rashford, who scored the winner for England against Slovakia this week, plays his club football for Manchester United, having come through its youth set-up.
Property has long proved an attractive asset for footballers, with England team mate Dele Alli last year setting up Future Homes Investments, a business aimed at ‘letting and operating of own or leased real estate’.
Former England international Robbie Fowler was notorious for his investments in property, building up such a large portfolio that supporters would sing “We all live in a Robbie Fowler house”. The Sunday Times Rich List suggested he was worth £31m in May 2012, though he hasn’t made the list since then. His success in property investing even led Fowler to launch the Robbie Fowler Property Academy, essentially a ‘buy-to-let school’.