Manchester United is preparing for a busy transfer window that is likely to have multiple effects on the squad. The signing of Borrusia Dortmund star Jordan Sancho seems to be on its final stages as multiple sources have revealed that the two clubs are close to reaching an agreement. However this paved way to reports that French forward Anthony Martial might be on his way out of Manchester United.
However today that doesn’t not seem to be the case as Mirror Football reports that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær is said to have held talks with the club’s chiefs where he told them that the striker is very key to his plans next season. The Norwegian is said to have convinced the Chiefs that an attacking comprising of Marcus Rashford, Jordan Sancho, Anthony Martial, Mason Greenwood and Edison Cavani will be Lethal and can challenge for the title.
This now means that Manchester United will not be looking to sell the French striker who had a very tough season having scored only seven goals in all competitions before suffering an injury that saw him miss even the Euro competition. However it is no doubt that Martial is a very talented youngster and can achieve great things at old Trafford if he is giving time.
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