Manchester United are ready to offload Anthony Martial to Inter in a loan deal
as long as the Italian side commits to a compulsory purchase option.
As it stands, Martial has three years left on his United contract – which currently sees
him earn £200,000 a week.
Inter Milan have already identified Anthony Martial as a potential replacement for
the outgoing Romelu Lukaku.
Lukaku is closing in on a £98million return to Chelsea from Inter, with the Italian
side looking to ease their financial woes.
Should Lukaku return to Stamford Bridge, Inter will look to sign Martial on a season-
long loan deal.
NSL Learnt: Manchester United would prefer to accept a permanent deal rather than
a temporary one for the striker. Although it is believed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side
would agree to a 12-month loan deal as long as it included a requirement to buy
after. However, the Red Devils would only part ways with the 25-year-old for a
figure close to the £50million they initially paid for him six years ago.
Should Inter fork up the required cash, they would finally land the payer – who they
first sought after two years ago.