Manchester United have reportedly made a decision on Anthony Martial‘s future, as they plan on rejecting any incoming bids from Premier League clubs.
The Frenchman’s future is very much in the air with different sections of the media reporting conflicting statements on whether he’ll stay or go.
Officially however, Martial’s agent has claimed his client wants to depart after contract renewal negotiations went on for too long and eventually broke down.
The former AS Monaco star is said to be on the radar of several top European clubs who still believe in the limitless potential he has.
It appears United are not entirely ruling out offers from abroad but will not consider any incoming bids from clubs likely to challenge them for the title.
According to Manchester Evening News, the Mirror report the Red Devils won’t allow Anthony to join either Chelsea or Tottenham even if they spend over £70m on him.
Bayern Munich and Juventus are said to be interested in him as well though the latter’s investment in Cristiano Ronaldo likely ended that stubborn interest.
The German champions though are reportedly in the middle of a squad overhaul under their new manager and may consider bidding for Martial.