Manchester United are thinking about the possibility of Anthony Martial leaving Old Trafford in the summer transfer market – according to reports.
He was United’s top goalscorer in all competitions last campaign as he enjoyed the most prolific season of his professional career to date.
The French star has struggled for form during the current term and drew criticism from United fans following a costly miss against Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has publicly backed the attacker to rediscover his form in front of goal but Eurosport state the Red Devils are weighing up how to shape their forward line next year.
The report states United sources believe there is a growing possibility that Anthony will leave the club in the summer market session.
United have been linked with swoops for Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland and Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala in recent weeks.
Elsewhere, the club will demand £50 million for midfielder Paul Pogba in the January transfer window, reports claim.
Pogba’s representative Mino Raiola dropped a bombshell on the eve of United’s match against RB Leipzig stating his client wasn’t happy at the club and urged United to allow Pogba to leave.
United triggered the one-year extension clause in Paul’s contract earlier in the year meaning he’ll have just 12 months remaining on his existing deal in the summer.
The Sun believe the board would be willing to accept £50m for the player in January which can be spent on a new midfielder.
Real Madrid and Juventus remain the favourites to secure Pogba’s services.