The Daily Mail claims Bayern Munich are actively looking to sell the 29-year-old after he expressed his desire to seek a new challenge this summer and the Bundesliga champions have informed United a deal can be done at £50m. Martial did not do so, and resumed training with the club at their Carrington training base only yesterday, further souring relations between club and player in what has been a fraught close season. It’s important to keep him and just a few days before the season it would be not a good thing for the squad, for the confidence for Leicester. United should ideally persist with Martial and try to transform into a more focused individual than spend on someone who can, at best, give them 2 good seasons.
It became clear some time ago that Boateng would be allowed to leave Bavaria this summer if the right price was paid for his services, and Bayern Munich’s magic number is believed to be in the region of €50m (£45m).
United were disappointing in the second half, having failed to carve out a serious opening in the final third.
‘I like what Jurgen Klopp has done by trying to strengthen the players behind the front three and get more goals from that area, ‘ the ex-Reds man told Sky Sports.
United begin their Premier League campaign with a clash against Leicester City on Friday evening.
“At the same time it was Lewandowski on Axel, Robben on Mitchell, (Leon) Goretzka on Garner and (Niklas) Sule on Chong. That’s fantastic, it’s absolutely fantastic”.
They might not start off with the likes of Victor Lindelof and Marcus Rashford nailing down positions but Mourinho might ideally have them in the starting XI if they are playing at their best.
“Yeah, he wanted it. He always wanted it”, Mourinho said of Rashford’s switch from 19 to 10. He sees Liverpool spending big and he wants to compete.