According to reports, Marcus Rashford rented one of his properties to bankrupt Wes Brown on a friends rates basis, demonstrating his good nature.
Brown who is 43 filed for bankruptcy after accruing a sizable six-figure debt to both the government and an automobile manufacturer.
Additionally, he allegedly lost millions of pounds on failed real estate transactions, which destroyed the former footballer’s fortune.
Former teammates of the ex-England defender, including Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick, are said to have come together in support of him.
Rashford steps forward to help Wes Brown
Rashford, a champion of free school lunches, has gone one step further by offering him a discount on one of his luxurious mansions.
Brown played with Manchester United for 19 years, progressing through the ranks to make 262 appearances and win 11 key trophies.
Prior to concluding his club career with stints at Sunderland, Blackburn, and Kerala Blasters in India, he also won 23 senior caps for the Three Lions.
According to the report, two creditors pushed for Brown to be declared bankrupt for his financial mistakes.
According to reports, the ex-ace who earned £50,000 per week only owed a small amount to the vehicle.
But the 1999 Treble winner, who was regarded as one of the nicest men in football, had his plans derailed by a string of botched real estate transactions.
Throughout his 20-year marriage to Leanne from Real Housewives of Cheshire, the mother of his three children, Brown led an opulent lifestyle. However, he is now in the red due to a pricey divorce.