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Manchester United 'reject Tottenham Hotspur's Anthony Martial bid'

Manchester United 'reject Tottenham Hotspur's Anthony Martial bid'”

It seems that Spurs are now taking corrective measures, however, with RMC Sport in France claiming that they have had a bid for Martial rejected by Manchester United.

Manchester United have reportedly rejected a bid from Tottenham Hotspur for French attacker Anthony Martial.

Martial joined United from Monaco in 2015 and impressed during his first season with the club.

The 21-year-old striker endured a hard campaign under Jose Mourinho's management last term, scoring just eight goals in all competitions.

Mourinho has stated several times that Nemanja Matic would not have sealed a move from Chelsea to United last month without pushing for the transfer to be completed, sparking suggestions that Rose may have believed he could open the door to a move to Old Trafford if he made his outspoken comments in the media.

Martial has scored 25 goals and supplied 17 assists from 91 United appearances, with the club predominantly using him in a left-flank role.

With United bolstering their attacking ranks with the signature of Romelu Lukaku and being touted with wanting a new winger, it remains to be seen just how much football Martial will receive in 2017-18.

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