Anthony Martial pursuing Manchester United exit at the end of the season?

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Since the arrival of Chile worldwide Alexis Sanchez, Anthony Martial has lost his place in Manchester United first team as Mourinho prefers the ex Arsenal attacker.

Martial was enjoying a good season at United and was consistently featuring before Mourinho made a decision to bring Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez to the club in the January transfer window as part of a swap deal for another forward whose game time became rapidly problematic- Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Willian is a player the Manchester United manager has long admired since his time as Chelsea boss, which may give the blues the bargaining power they need to land Martial in the summer.

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Reports have claimed Ed Woodward is a huge admirer of the player and wants him to stay.

The article claims Manchester United value Anthony Martial at around £80 million, while Willian's market value is around £40m, meaning United would accept a £40m bid plus Willian in exchange for their number 11.

The 22-year-old Frenchman has discovered begins exhausting to come back by because the January arrival of Alexis Sanchez and, in line with Italian newspaper Tuttosport, via Daily Express, Mourinho is prepared to see Martial head for pastures new in Serie A.

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After falling down the pecking order this season at Old Trafford, Anthony Martial has been linked with a move away from the Red Devils with Chelsea interested in signing him.

As well as Juventus, Martial is also attracting interest from closer to home.

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