Mourinho eyes Willian if Chelsea want Martial

Sherman Parsons
May 6, 2018

Manchester United have set a €50m price-tag for Juventus target Anthony Martial, according to the Corriere dello Sport.

The Brazilian is due to turn 30 at the beginning of August and the club may consider a deal to move him on in return for a younger, promising talent in the form of Martial.

According to The Mirror, United boss Jose Mourinho is desperate to reunite with the Brazil global, whilst also being frustrated with Martial's purported lack of progress at Old Trafford.

United chiefs are said to share Mourinho's concerns over Martial, who gave another listless display in the defeat against Brighton on Friday night.

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Despite his lack of action, Martial has plenty of admirers including from the Premier League, where both Tottenham and Chelsea have been linked.

United fans likely won't be too happy with this one, though; losing a 22-year-old with such potential for a 29-year-old who isn't exactly miles better isn't going to excite many.

Manchester United, as runners-up, will likely be where the most interesting business takes place this summer, with manager Jose Mourinho aiming to finally fix up a squad that he's never truly looked comfortable with.

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