Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fills in for Anthony Martial, who was released on the deadline day.
Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival, Manchester United now has a plethora of attacking alternatives.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to have made a decision on Anthony Martial’s future, amid reports that PSG could make a move if Kylian Mbappe leaves. Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Jadon Sancho, Romelu Lukaku, and Jack Grealish are just a few of the world’s best stars that have switched clubs this summer.
The biggest surprise of all, though, came late last week when it became evident that Cristiano Ronaldo would be re-signed by United.
With an assortment of talent to choose from, the Red Devils now have probably the strongest attacking options in Europe.
The additions of Ronaldo and Sancho this summer complement what Solskjaer already had in Mason Greenwood, Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani, and Anthony Martial last season.
Although Rashford is now injured, United has started the new season with a bang, with Greenwood and Pogba in particular impressing in front of goal.
Last Saturday, Cavani made his first appearance of the new season in a 1-0 triumph over Wolves.
However, Martial has struggled to make an impression in the first three games, averaging little over 90 minutes each game.
Martial was linked with a move away from Manchester United ahead of the summer transfer season.
Although no such deal has materialized, Ronaldo’s unexpected return to Old Trafford has reignited speculation about Martial’s future.
If Mbappe leaves for Real Madrid, there have been talks with PSG, according to The Athletic.
However, according to the source, Solskjaer has stated that he will not authorize Martial’s sale this late in the transfer season.
Only a “exceptional set of circumstances” is thought to be able to persuade United to change their mind.
Cavani has also been linked with a move away from United, with Barcelona said to be in talks with the Uruguayan’s representatives, although the forward is expected to stay.
Despite reports of a move for Ruben Neves, Saul Niguez, or Declan Rice, there isn’t going to be any more incoming activity.
Solskjaer is said to be an admirer of the West Ham midfielder, but a move for him would be too expensive.
Jesse Lingard’s future remains uncertain, despite West Ham claiming to have given up hope of signing the midfielder.
Dan James, on the other hand, is ready to go after a £24 million fee was agreed with Leeds.