Manchester United has put Anthony Martial on the transfer list because Ole Gunnar
Solskjaer doesn’t like his attitude, according to reports.
The striker’s approach has been described as ‘terrible’ amid links with a summer exit
from Old Trafford.
Martial scored just seven times in 36 games last season. The 25-year-old was axed from
the team in place of Edinson Cavani, 34, who was rewarded with a one-year contract
extension in May. And the Uruguayan’s new deal has reportedly thrown Martial’s future
into doubt. Speaking on the Transfer Window podcast, Duncan Castles said: “Anthony
Martial is to be sacrificed should they get this new forward in.
“Solskjaer is tired of his attitude and hasn’t been impressed with his goal production
and general knitting into the team this season.”
Castles also reckons Martial has been offered to Real Madrid on a season long loan
with an option to buy.
Norwegian Solskjaer is after a long-term solution upfront which has seen United linked
with Tottenham star Harry Kane.
And the Red Devils were said to be considering a cash-plus-player deal including Martial
for the England ace.