Juventus turn to Man Utd flop to replace Cristiano Ronaldo after woeful start to season
Juventus are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United forward Anthony Martial in the January transfer window. Infoguidenigeria
Martial, 25, continues to face an uncertain future at Old Trafford after a lack of first-team minutes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Frenchman was linked with a move to Serie A in the summer with Inter, but any move failed to materialise.
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But now, according to Italian outlet Calciomercato, The Old Lady are now considering a move for Martial in the coming months.
The same report says that United’s valuation of Martial could be in the region of £40million – a steep price for a player who has made limited appearances this season. jamb result
Martial has played in just seven games for Solskjaer this season, where he has featured prominently from the bench. However, this article claims that Juventus may propose a year-and-a-half loan offer for Martial to help ease the potential cost of signing the France international.
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