No doubt he’s leaving this summer…ending nine years with Manchester United

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial (28-France) will end his nine-year stay at the club this summer. Marcial, who has been widely speculated to leave the club since last year, will leave Old Trafford as a free agent when his contract expires in June, having not received a renewal offer and the club’s decision not to exercise the option to extend his contract.

“Without a doubt, Martial will leave United at the end of the season,” European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said on social media on Friday, adding that the player will focus on recovering from his injury and then decide on his next destination in the coming months.

Marcial is considered one of Manchester United’s biggest ‘signing failures’. That’s because, despite his €80 million signing in 2015, he hasn’t lived up to expectations. In fact, he’s been criticized for his ‘attitude controversy’ and hasn’t done much since joining the club.

As a striker, he’s expected to score goals, but he’s only had three seasons in the English Premier League (EPL) where he scored double-digit goals in a season (2015-2016-2018-2019-2020). As a result, over time, Martial’s place in the Red Devils’ lineup has diminished and he’s begun to be labeled as “out of form.

Once again this season, Marcial has lost ground. He’s played 19 games in all competitions, averaging just 33.1 minutes per game. He only has two goals and two assists. In the meantime, Marcial has been out of the lineup since last December due to a minor illness and an inguinal hernia. Although he recently returned from his injury, he was reportedly not fit enough to play.

United decided to part ways with the player. The club decided to take a loss and release him for no transfer fee, without exercising the option of a one-year extension, in order to reduce unnecessary spending, especially given his high weekly wages. In fact, according to sports financial statistics 카지노사이트 outlet Capologie, Martial’s weekly wage is a whopping €290,000, making him the fourth highest paid player in the club.

“He’s training now, but I still don’t know if he’ll be able to play again this season.” If United manager Eric ten Haag (54-Netherlands) is to be believed, there’s a good chance we won’t see him in a United shirt again this summer. He hasn’t been seen since December 10th of last year.

According to Romano, the player is attracting interest from clubs in France and Turquoise. In fact, in January, the player was the subject of interest from AS Monaco, as well as Olympique de Marseille and Fenerbahce. He has also been linked to several EPL clubs, including West Ham United, and several Saudi clubs.


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