Mauricio Pochettino seems the ideal manager to get a player like Martial to move up a bracket from ‘promising talent’ to ‘world class forward’ after the work he’s done on others at Tottenham.
Talented young players like Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen are just some of the names who’ve been improved immensely by Pochettino’s guidance at Tottenham, so why couldn’t Martial follow suit?
The former Monaco man may actually look at Spurs and think they wouldn’t represent his best chance of playing regularly given the depth of attacking talent they currently possess.
Paris Saint-Germain are always on the lookout for elite talent and Martial fits the bill, particularly if things don’t work out with Neymar, as it’s been suggested it might not.
The France international could benefit from a return to Ligue 1 and from playing regularly in an attack-minded side who’ll go for it and seek to entertain whether they’re playing Dijons or Bayern Munich.
Finally, a move to Juventus could also be just right for Martial to get his career going again, with the Italian giants giving a good platform to top young talent in recent times.
Paul Pogba shone at Juve before joining United, and Paulo Dybala has also gone from strength to strength since he joined – though he could actually do with replacing this summer if recent rumours are to be believed.
Martial would be an ideal like-for-like replacement and would surely get the chances to play regularly and improve to the level he’s so clearly capable of.