Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly given the sale of one of the club's global stars, who has failed to impress in recent times, the go-ahead. He also wishes to extend the forward's current contract, which as of now runs till 2019.
United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is understood to be a fan of Martial - who became the world's most expensive teenager when he joined the club in 2015 - but Mourinho has reportedly decided that the France global has no future at Old Trafford.
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Martial joined United from Monaco in the summer of 2015 and scored 17 goals in his debut season, but he has struggled to maintain that early form, with just 8 goals last season and 11 in this campaign.
Despite, 55-year-old boss Mourinho stating that he has no problem with Martial wanting to leave the Manchester United, Ed Woodward from the transfer board is a huge admirer of the young winger and wants Martial to remain at the club.
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Only last month, Mourinho was quoted as saying he would be keen to add a Brazilian player to his squad over amid reports of both Willian and Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred being targeted. The 22-year-old former Golden Boy has been inconsistent with his performances and always looks like he is playing a notch or two lower than his actual abilities.
Lukaku's sensational form in front of goal has seen Martial's role restricted largely to the bench but the Belgian is not to be exclusively blamed for creating this situation.
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