- Having failed to returned to Manchester United starting line-up in recent times, Anthony Martial will consider a move away from Old Trafford to get more playing time
- The Frenchman will prefer to remain in the Premier League, hence his choice of moving to the Emirate Stadium this summer
- However, Juve and PSG are also said to be monitoring his situation at the club as he is yet to be offered a contract extension
- His current contract with the Red Devils will expire in the summer of 2019
Out of favour Manchester United striker Anthony Martial is reportedly considering to join Arsenal at the end of the season according to Mirror.
The 22-year-old has struggled for playing time this season – especially with the arrival of Alexis Sanchez from the Emirates Stadium during the winter transfer window.
As such, the Frenchman isn’t happy at the club and will be considering a move away from Old Trafford this summer.
The France international joined the Red Devils in the summer of 2015 from French League side, Monaco for a fee in the range of €50 million and he scored 11 goals in 31 Premier League matches for his club.
Meanwhile, according to French news out, Le10Sport, claims the striker will prefer to remain in the English topflight than seeking a fresh challenge at a different league entirely.
So far this season, Martial has played 26 EPL matches for United with nine goals to his credit, while 10 of those appearances, he came in as substitutes.
Premier League champions, Chelsea and Tottenham are also said to be interested in signing the France international this summer.
Having sealed a four year deal with United in 2015, Martial has scored 36 times in 131 games for the Red Devils, and was also instrumental to their Europa League triumph last season.
He spent just three seasons in the French Ligue 1 with Monaco and scored 11 goals in 49 matches in all competitions before switching sides.
However, Italian League champions, Juventus and Paris Saint Germain are also said to be monitoring the striker’s situation at the club among the suitors from different countries.
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