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’94 Billion’ Man Utd Failure, Lee Kang-In as New Partner
Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is showing interest in the Manchester United failure.
“PSG, Atletico Madrid, Olympique Lyonnais and Marseille are interested in signing Anthony Martial, 27,” British outlet TeamTalk reported on Friday.
Marcial joined United from AS Monaco in 2015. The Red Devils shelled out £57.6 million to sign the then-19-year-old.
Despite the criticism, Martial’s debut was nothing short of spectacular. He scored a fantastic goal on his debut against Liverpool in the 15/16 season, heralding a star in the making.
That was it. His progress slowed down. A series of injuries meant that he no longer had the same sparkling performances.
Last season was no different. Marcial was constantly plagued by injuries, big and small. He ended up with a disappointing stat sheet of nine goals and three assists in 29 games.
He’s in the process of saying goodbye to United. Despite the fact that his contract is set to expire in June 2024, Martial has yet to agree a new deal with the club.
He is likely to leave United in the January transfer window next year. Rather than letting Martial leave on a free transfer next summer, United will look to sell him in the January transfer window to cash in on the transfer fee.
Luckily, a team has emerged that wants him. According to the report, the former Lyon youth team player, who also played for Monaco, is interested in returning to France.
PSG is the likely next destination. PSG are still looking for a partner for Kylian Mbappe. With summer signing Ousmane Dembele failing to score this season, the need for a new striker is clear.