‘New owner’s’ first move to reform is to sell winger for half price

Manchester United has drawn the knife.

“Manchester United is ready to sell Anthony Martial, 24, even if it means taking a huge loss,” Goal.com, a global soccer publication, reported on Aug. 27 (KST).

Anthony, who joined United on Aug. 30, 2022, 바카라사이트 from AFC Ajax for a world-record £85 million ($144.3 billion), made his debut for the Red Devils against Arsenal in the sixth round of the 2022-2023 Premier League season.

In the 35th minute of the match, Anthony immediately made a name for himself in front of the fans, scoring his debut goal.

After his hot debut, Anthony played 25 league games in the 2022-2023 season, scoring just four goals, which was not enough to justify his transfer fee.

The 2023-2024 season was even worse. Instead of adapting to the team, he’s even more out of favor. He played 25 official matches this season, including 19 league games. That”s 1,341 minutes. He only scored his first offensive points of the season (one goal and one assist) on September 29 against Newport County of the English Fourth Division.

Speaking to the club’s official channel,

Anthony said: “I know it hasn’t been an easy season. The team hasn’t gotten the results we wanted, but we’re focused on our work and haven’t stopped trying to improve,” he emphasized.

He added: “I have fought hard to get to the level where I can play for United. I know I can build on my last performance (against Newport County) and continue to show my quality.”

Despite these appeals, United are planning to sell Anthony.

The outlet added: “United will finally admit their mistake and let him go. The decision regarding Anthony is understood to be part of a planned summer shake-up after shareholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe took over football operations.”

“Ratcliffe is expected to scrutinize the efficiency of United’s squad following the biggest spending spree in recent football history. Anthony is one of the players who will be on the chopping block. 사설 토토사이트 United will put him on the market for sale at half the price of what he cost on transfer day.”

Meanwhile, the UK’s Daily Mail reported earlier that “United are ready to release Anthony for a transfer fee of €50 million. It is a significant reduction in the amount they paid to sign him in 2022,” and also detailed the transfer fee.

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