Solskjaer ready to offload Anthony Martial over forward's bad attitude

Solskjaer ready to offload Anthony Martial over forward's bad attitude

- Solskjaer is unhappy with Martial's attitude at Manchester United

- The United boss is now said to be exploring the option of selling the Frenchman

- He recently admitted that fans may have seen the last of some players as he seeks to seek a clear overhaul

Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is said to be considering selling Anthony Martial due to the forward's bad attitude during training sessions.

Martial was impressive at the start of Solskjaer's tenure as manager at Man United, but has experienced a dip in form in recent weeks.

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His attitude is, however, said to have hugely contributed to his lack of game time under the new manager, starting less than half of United's Premier League matches this season.

The Frenchman played no part in the Red Devils' disappointing draw against Huddersfield on Sunday, May 5, despite being fit and Solskjaer has now reportedly made it clear he wants him sold this summer.

Martial joined United in the summer of 2015 under the then manager, Luis van Gaal, but has often failed to live up to his billing at Old Trafford.

Former boss, Jose Mourinho, initially considered offloading the ex-Monaco star, but the plot is said to have been blocked by club chief, Ed Woodward.

However, owing to the new developments, Martial could now join the likes of Ander Herrera and Juan Mata in leaving United at the end of the season.

The Red Devils' draw against Huddersfield effectively ended their chances of finishing in the top four, a situation that could now occasion a massive summer clear out at the club according to Solskjaer.

The manager said: "I can’t talk about individuals now but there’s a chance you’ve seen the last of players anyway,"

"There’s always a chance it’s a last time but I wouldn’t say that about any individual now, I don’t think that’s fair.''

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Manchester City are one match away from winning the Premier League title second time in a row following their 1-0 win over Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium.

Pep Guardiola's men struggled for close to 70 minutes before Vincent Kompany broke the deadlock with just 20 minutes left to play in the game.

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