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Manchester United paid €60 million, see how much they will sell Anthony Martial for

By Liam Styles

Manchester United paid €60 million, see how much they will sell Anthony Martial for

Manchester United thought he would become the next star of world football

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In 2015 Manchester United thought they were signing the new great star of world football, when they paid 60 million euros to Monaco for Anthony Martial, a player who at the time had won the Golden Boy award and was projected to be one of the best players in the world, however his fate has been far from the expectations that were generated about him.


Anthony Martial has fallen far short of the great promise he once was, and his numbers prove it, as he has scored only 88 goals in eight years with the club. For a player whose contract included clauses about winning the Ballon d'Or, it is fair to say that he has fallen short during his time at Old Trafford.

That is why Manchester United fans are not happy with Anthony Martial's performances, as last season alone he played only 21 games and scored only 6 goals, which has caused a large section of the fans to call for his departure from the team this summer, as Martial is under contract until 2024 and the intention is to recoup at least a small part of what was invested in him.

However, selling him will not be an easy task, as there are currently not many teams interested in the 27-year-old French attacker, an age when he should be at the prime of his career. But on the contrary, it seems that Martial can no longer cope with the physical and fast football of the Premier League and everything points to the fact that his days at Old Trafford are numbered.


How much could Manchester United get if they sell Martial?

Manchester United and its coach, Erik ten Hag, have already decided to sell Anthony Martial and according to journalist Chris Wheeler the Red Devils board would ask for an initial price of 30 million euros, however the Transfermarkt portal has valued Martial at 15 million.

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