Published: Wed, November 08, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Anthony Martial discloses what he wants at Manchester United

Anthony Martial discloses what he wants at Manchester United

According to the Manchester Evening News, the Portuguese has again sought assurances United would be prepared to back him in the transfer market, either in January or next summer.

They only had 18 points at this stage of last season, so they are five points better off and while the gloom of the last few weeks has been hard to ignore at United, Mourinho may still argue that those statistics suggest progress of sorts has been made.

With Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, Carlos Tevez and Dimitar Berbatov wreaking havoc up front, the team were not only able to obtain results, but also ensure that their fans were not bored for a single second.

By contrast, City's side is filled to the brim with creativity and attacking threat, with no less than seven top players to choose from.

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Until, that is you realise Conte is somewhat prone to answering many questions with a quiet "err, I don't know", as he searches for the English to give a reasoned response.

Mourinho is clearly agitated that the "noisy neighbours" Manchester City and his great rival Pep Guardiola have spent more than United in recent transfer windows.

It would be a major surprise if any other member of the first team squad was sold in January.

The Red Devils are now eight points behind rivals Manchester City following Sunday's 1-0 defeat away at Chelsea.

Then underneath that photo he shared action shots from the Premier League clash at the weekend.

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It is believed that differences in the recruitment of players may have separated Emenalo and Conte, who he helped appoint in 2016. Although Emenalo's relationship with Conte was not hard , this is a club with power struggles going on off the pitch.

Defender Luke Shaw, who cost United £27m in 2014 but yet to start this season, is the most likely departure.

He has started ten of out of 11 Premier League games for Mourinho this season, but his lack of invention and carelessness with the ball has become increasingly frustrating.

Seemingly unaffected by the repeated snubs, Martial has turned himself into something of a super-sub. The goal against Tottenham came in the 83rd minute, and underlined the importance of Martial's late goals to the current United set-up.

Mourinho is almost halfway through his three-year contract and United want to tie him down to a new one but there have been no negotiations so far.

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