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Man Utd ready to cash in on struggling striker

According to reports, Manchester United are ready to start receive offers as from January for French forward Anthony Martial.

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The France international has been in a poor vein of from since last summer and has only scored 4 times in 26 appearances since the start of last season.

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It was another poor showing from Martial last night as he struggled to impact the game against West Ham in the Red devils 0-1 loss and the fans are growing impatient.

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The Telegraph are now reporting that Man Utd would be willing to receive offers for the 25 years old as against their position in the previous transfer window when they were willing to let the striker remain at the club.

Manchester United had made it clear a few weeks before the transfer window closed that they would not be selling Anthony Martial but that stance softened once they agreed a deal to bring Ronaldo back. Hence, there is an expectation that they will be open to offers for him.

According to many reports, Man Utd have placed a £40 million price tag on the forward and premier league side Tottenham are already interested, though the North Londoners are proposing a swap deal in January.

A move away seems the ideal option for both Man Utd and Anthony Martial as his dip in form will need enough playing time for a resuscitation, something he might not get regularly with the array of attacking options available at United.

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