Anthony Martial tells Manchester United interim manager Ralph Rangnick he wants to leave Old Trafford – Sky Sports Breaking News 2021

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Anthony Martial became the world’s most expensive teenager when he joined Manchester United in 2015

Anthony Martial has told Manchester United that he wants to leave the club.

The France international has become a fringe figure at Old Trafford, having started the Premier League just twice this season and only four in all competitions.

Martial’s agent Philippe Lamboli told Sky Sports News earlier this month that he wants to leave in search of regular playing time. He would prefer joining Sevilla in La Liga, while Barcelona and Juventus are also keen to sign the 26-year-old on an initial loan deal.

“We spoke at length on Wednesday,” said United interim coach Ralf Rangnick, explaining Martial’s desire to quit Old Trafford.

“He explained to me that he has been at Manchester United now for seven years and feels that this is the time to change, to go somewhere else.

“I think that’s understandable in a way, I can follow his ideas but on the other hand it’s also important to see the club’s situation.

“We have the Covid Times, we have three competitions in which we still have high ambitions and we want to be as successful as possible.”

Martial became the world’s most expensive teenage footballer when United signed him from Monaco in September 2015. The £36m fee, which will likely rise to £58m, made him United’s third-most expensive deal at the time after Angel Di Maria and Juan Matta.

Martial made an unforgettable appearance, coming off the bench to score an impressive solo goal against Liverpool, and he went on to score 79 goals in 268 matches. But he fell in the ranking of United strikers after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, Jadon Sancho and the appearance of Mason Greenwood.

Rangnick confirmed that no offer had been made so far for Martial ahead of the January transfer window, and said he could stay at United.

He said: “I told him listen, as long as there is no club that cares about him, and it should not only be in the player’s interest but it should be in the interest of the club.

“So far, as far as I know, there has been no bid from any other club and as long as this is the case it will remain.”

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Anthony Martial has reached a moment in his career at Manchester United where a departure would be good for both club and player, according to Mark Bosnich.

Martial became the world’s most expensive teenage footballer when United signed him from Monaco in September 2015. The £36m fee, which will likely rise to £58m, made him United’s third-most expensive deal at the time after Angel Di Maria and Juan Matta.

Martial made an unforgettable appearance, coming off the bench to score an impressive solo goal against Liverpool, and he went on to score 79 goals in 268 matches. But he fell in the ranking of United strikers after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, Jadon Sancho and the appearance of Mason Greenwood.

Rangnick confirmed that no offer had been made so far for Martial ahead of the January transfer window, and said he could stay at United.

He said: “I told him listen, as long as there is no club that cares about him, and it should not only be in the player’s interest but it should be in the interest of the club.

“So far, as far as I know, there has been no bid from any other club and as long as this is the case it will remain.”

Ralph Rangnick’s Manchester United revolution is barely a month old, yet his fingerprints can be seen wherever you look at the club.

Two Premier League games and a week of training may have fallen victim to the coronavirus outbreak, but Rangnick hasn’t wasted a second. areas for improvement have been identified; Quick and decisive decisions followed.

One of Rangnick’s first acts was to bring a sports psychologist to Old Trafford, with Sasha Lens, a close confidant during his time at RB Leipzig, to join the United support room staff.

Lens’s appointment raised a number of related questions, from the benefits of hiring a sports psychologist, and the overall goal, to players’ willingness or reluctance to participate.

But above all, the burning question is why wasn’t a sports psychologist – a position of immeasurable importance to Rangnick and predicted to be common across all sports in the near future – not at Manchester United in the first place?

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