Manchester United ready to sell star for £50m after completing Jadon Sancho transfer

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Manchester United are reportedly ready to let Anthony Martial leave the club for around £50million after they secured the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.

The arrival of the England international looks like it could spell the end of Martial’s Old Trafford career, with the Frenchman certainly not looking at his best for much of last season.

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Sancho could be a major upgrade on Martial, and it now seems Man Utd are ready to let the former Monaco man go for £50m, according to the Daily Star.

Tottenham are mentioned as admirers of the 25-year-old, but the Daily Star suggest that Martial’s price tag and wage demands look likely to make him too expensive for Spurs at the moment.

One imagines Martial could have plenty of admirers, however, as he has superb natural talent, even if he has struggled for consistency in his time in Manchester.

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Anthony Martial hasn’t been consistent enough for Manchester United

There’s a talented player in there somewhere, and some clubs will surely feel it’s worth gambling on him if they can get him back to his best.

Some United fans may also be disappointed if Martial does end up moving on, though most will surely feel he’s had enough chances now and that it’s time for Sancho to take over in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s front three.

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6 Comments

  1. Sell Martial. Never gives 100% for United, not a centre forward and a big wage packet to be a back up left winger to Rashford. United have Daniel James who always gives his all and Elanga and Shoretire waiting for their chance.

  2. He should move on please
    And it’s certainly not at United that could happen . I want to be proud of him when I see him play and score against man u someday .

  3. Allowing Martial leave will be the same mistake UTD made in sale of Lukaku. Martial have what it takes to tickle the box, but there’s the question of general team work and results orientation. I’d love to see him stick around. Over a season or two, UTD have depended on him to provide those finishing touches. The likes of Fred, McTomminay, Matic, and Co are surpluses to the team, that’s if the need to raise money for other transfer options arises. If Mata can get a contract renewal how much more Martial. Sometimes you never know the value of what you have until it’s gone. Even if it’s as a substitute, I’ll be glad he stays.

  4. Maybe he could be gone to loan for sometimes,so that he can improve and also worthy to fight for his place

  5. never sell martial as he is the key to the reinforcement of manchester utd never sell him it will be agreat mistake.

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