Anthony Martial wants to leave Man Utd

Antony Martial’s agent Philippe Lamboley said that Manchester United will have the final say in the matter

Independent.ie have been told that Tottenham are eager to sign Martial and with United now struggling to find agreement with Spurs in their efforts to sign Belgian centre-back Toby Alderwiereld, the comments from Lamboley could pave the way for a deal that suits both clubs.

Anthony Martial hasn't started many games for Manchester United under Jose Mourinho but there's no questioning his potential.

"After thinking about all the factors and possibilities, Anthony wants to leave Manchester United", Lamboley told French news outlet RMC Sport.

"There are a lot reason, for the moment it is too early to talk about it. Anthony will speak later on to talk about that", he added.

"I think when United, the most powerful club in the world, is not in agreement in eight months of negotiations, it's that they don't really want to make him an important player in the team". This is why the decision has come.

Possible problems between Martial and Mourinho have been an open secret for months, as the former AS Monaco attacker has struggled for consistent playing time.

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Tottenham are said to be interested in landing the France global, who was not picked for World Cup selection this summer.

"However, it is quite obvious and it is very important to remember that he is under contract, that Manchester United will have the last word and that we will respect the decision of the club, and he will fulfil his commitment to them".

When given the opportunity, Martial has shown on several occasions that he's capable of feats of brilliance but he's had to settle for a bit-part role at Old Trafford in recent seasons and the January arrival of Alexis Sanchez did nothing to remedy that problem.

"He loves the club and the fans, he showed it for three years. Without the great support from the fans, he would have already asked to leave the club".

"Everyone will have their opinion but I think he needs to resume his career".

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