SHOCKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Man Utd’s decision to release €1.4m-per-goal striker confirmed. Manchester United have no intention of extending their FLOP contract beyond the end of the season, according to Fabrizio Romano. “He is very lazy and it’s annoying no improvement no sign on eagerness to play football honestly he’s not worth the pay he should leave, he is thorn on our flesh.

David Ornstein reports that Manchester United has no plans to extend Anthony Martial's contract past the end of the current campaign.


Martial’s contract has an option to be extended by one year, but Ornstein says the Red Devils would prefer to let him go as a free agent at the end of this season rather than keep him on the team for an additional year.

This season, he has made 19 appearances for Manchester United and has only managed a few goals—just one of which came in the Premier League.

The 28-year-old had a career-best season in 2019–20, scoring 17 goals in 32 Premier League games. However, he has struggled with injuries ever since, scoring just 12 goals in the top flight in the next three and a half years.

Manager Erik ten Hag was questioned about the four players with expiring contracts at Manchester United, including Martial, Victor Lindelof, Hannibal Mejbri, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, following the team’s 4-0 loss to Bournemouth.

“Those contracts are in our mindset; we are discussing things and we will bring it when we have news,” he stated.

However, according to the Athletic, United appears ready to give up on the player and look for other offensive options. Ornstein asserts that the Red Devils will need to alter their strategy if they hope to hang onto the forward they paid €60 million to sign from Monaco in 2015.

What was Martial’s cost Manchester United per goal?
The cost of every goal that Martial has scored in recent seasons is examined, which brings his record into stark reality.

He scored 44 goals for the team in all competitions since agreeing to a new contract with the club in January 2019, which is estimated to be worth €290,000 (£250,000) per week.

He has received nearly €60 million in compensation, which means that under the terms of his new contract, he has received €1.37 million for each goal he has scored.

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