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A little more than 9 days before the end of the current transfer market in Europe, Juventus and Sevilla appear as serious candidates to acquire one of the stars of Manchester United as is the Frenchman Anthony Martial, who again seems to have no defined place in the English club.
Martial came to Manchester United 6 years ago from AS Monaco, as one of the promises of French football, which had the great responsibility of being one of the leaders of the ‘Red Devils’ in the generational change which occurred after Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure from the bench.
However, the many ups and downs in the young footballer’s career, coupled with the multiple injuries and innumerable changes of coaches that United have had, did not allow the Frenchman to finish exploding at a sporting level and become the benchmark he should be.
Now, at 26 years old, with a long career ahead of him but without a secure place in the team, Rumors about a possible team change reappear, and it is there where both Juventus, who have not had a good season, and Sevilla, who are currently fighting LaLiga against Real Madrid, appear.
These rumors have grown this weekend after the striker reappeared in United’s match against West Ham, after being absent for almost two months due to a muscle injury.
Currently, the Old Trafford team has an excess of strikers, including Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and of course Cristiano Ronaldo, so the chances of Anthony Martial having a secure starting eleven spot are slim to none.
This could be one of the reasons that leads Manchester United to open the doors to the French striker who would leave for a price greater than $35 million dollars, an amount that would surely go down well with a team that has spent a lot of money in recent years.
Another club that could join the bidding for the young striker would be Newcastle United, who with their well-known millionaire project, would welcome the addition of a striker of Martial’s class for a price they obviously can afford.
In the current season, the attacker has played just eight Premier League games in which he has scored a goal and has not distributed assists.
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