FOOTIE hotshot Marcus Rashford made £2.2million in a year — on top of his wages for playing.
The rising star, 20, has seen cash in his image rights company MUCS Enterprises Ltd shoot up.
The Manchester United and England striker makes £6,300 a day from sponsorship deals.
The windfall comes in addition to his £55,000-a-week Old Trafford salary.
Accounts filed this week show he had assets of £2,248,477 at the end of April 2017 — compared to £100 a year earlier.
They cover the period when Rashford — who only made his United debut in February 2016 — netted a £2million sponsorship deal with Nike.
A source said: “Marcus has firms queuing up to strike sponsorship deals.”
The breakthrough young star came through the United youth team to make his first start for the Red Devils under Louis van Gaal in 2016.
He started in the Europa League clash against Midtylland after Anthony Martial got injured in the warm up and scored two goals in a 5-1 win.
Rashford then made his Premier League debut for United in a home match against Arsenal, and he has since gone on to win the Europa League under Jose Mourinho.
He has netted 11 times for club and country this season with United in the Champions League round of 16, the FA Cup and second in the Premier League table.
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