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Situation Gets Complicated at Manchester United As Top Striker is Forced to Speak Out

With Ralf Rangnick reign as the club's interim manager, situation seems to be getting more complicated at the club upon much struggles to help Manchester United get back into their better form.

Since he took over the management role from the predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he seems to be finding it very hard to take control of the available players with his tactics as some players are even now trying to force their way out of Old Trafford.

Among them is Jesse Lingard, Donny Van De Beek, Dean Henderson and more so one of the club's top strikers, Anthony Martial, who has now come out clearly to make his statement on the situation and his relationship with Manchester United amid high rumours of moving out this summer.

After having played for Manchester United for seven years now since his signing by Luis Vangaal, Anthony Martial thinks that it is now the best time to move to another club.

All these started with the arrival of now the club's interim boss Ralf Rangnick who has been excluding him in his squad since he took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Many fans always think that it is Martial himself who has just decided to disrespect the club by refusing to play for it under Rangnick.

However, according to the latest statement by him, he has made it very clear that he would never refuse to play a match for the club, neither has he ever disrespected it and fans.

"I will never refuse to play a match for Manchester United, I've been here for seven years and I never disrespected and will never disrespect the club and the fans."~Anthony Martial.

And and just as reported by the sports journalist Fabrizio Romano, Martial definitely wants to leave the club, a highly possible move which is most likely to happen this summer.

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