Anthony Martial has refused a new contract offer from Manchester United and wants to leave the club this summer to find a new challenge, according to reports.
And, according to French radio station RMC Sport, Martial is unhappy with his reduced role at United and has clashed with Jose Mourinho.
Martial no longer feels valued by Mourinho or United, frequently used only off the bench in recent matches, while he has not played in the Premier League since February.
His relations with Mourinho have gone cold since the turn of the year, with the Portuguese coach favouring new recruit Sanchez in the starting XI.
Martial is so unhappy with his playing time he has rejected a five-year contract extension and made it known that he would prefer to find a new club this summer.
While United are keen to keep Martial, there is a sense that a bid of around £60million would be enough to prise him away from Old Trafford.
Plenty of European giants are already monitoring Martials situation and there would be a long queue of suitors if United do sanction his request to leave.
Juventus and Atletico Madrid are both keeping tabs on Martial, as are Tottenham Hotspur – who tried to sign him while he was still at Monaco – but United would prefer not to sell to a Premier League rival.
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