Manchester United's out-of-favour player Martial now is subject of interest from Catalans. As per the Daily Mail, via Mundo Deportivo Barcelona have recently made a surprise enquiry for the former Monaco ace.
The Frenchman has made nine appearances this new campaign in all competitions. But it should be noted eight of those were under departed boss Ole Gunnar. And as caretaker manager Michael Carrick took up the responsibilities.
He immediately selected him in his first eleven away toVillareal in Champions league encounter. The same publication clarify that Barcelona's football director Mateu Alemany and CEO Ferran Reverter.
Had made trip to Manchester on a business mission and spoke to red devil's over the 25 year old future at the club. Meanwhile these will face setbacks as the Interim manager Ralf is expected to voice his opinion on the same.
These is important considering Ralf Rangnick will be at the club after his six month contract comes to end at the summer and take up a consultancy role for two years more at the Manchester United club.
Martial is a big fan of new Catalan gaffer, Xavi but the Laliga outfit is in financial struggle and will be forced into a loan move if possible in January. With the latter having arrived at Old Trafford in a fee worth £36m which could be raised to £58m as star is contracted at United until 2025.
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