It’s no secret that Anthony Martial wants to leave Manchester United this month.
Sevilla were favourites to sign the Frenchman, on loan until the end of the season, but it appears that move has now collapsed potentially leaving Martial in an unwanted situation on deadline day.
United have already rejected a loan offer from the club for Martial.
Ralf Rangnick has made it public knowledge that the pair had a meeting over Martial’s future, with the player making it clear he wishes to leave the club as soon as possible. The attacker has not been selected for a match ever since.
His agent, Philippe Lamboley, also went public about Martial’s desires to leave with an interview on Sky Sports – before the manager knew anything about it.
So, if Sevilla are no longer in the race to sign Martial, who is?
Anthony Martial’s next club odds:
- Newcastle – EVS
- Sevilla – EVS
- Not to sign or agree a contract with any other club – 11/4
- Barcelona – 5/1
- AS Roma – 11/1
- Juventus – 12/1
- West Ham – 12/1
- Atletico Madrid – 14/1
The La Liga outfit may be have reportedly given up on signing Martial, but they are still priced at evens to sign him before February 3. Newcastle are also top of the list, but they are being linked with every Tom, Dick and Harry since the Saudi takeover. That’s why it is worth getting the best deals for betting at Oneida Omi88 online slot because you never know when you’ll need it.
Newcastle are set for a busy January transfer window because they need to invest quickly, with the likelihood of them being relegated to the Championship only getting stronger, as results get worse under Eddie Howe.
The former Bournemouth manager has been unable to kickstart the Saudi-led movement, but I think most fans of the Premier League are happy about that. For example, I want Martial to leave but not for Newcastle if it helps them stay in the top-flight.
West Ham would be a shock destination for Martial – but less so than Newcastle – and they are 12/1 to land the Frenchman this month. We all know how well Jesse Lingard did at West Ham last season, though sadly the Hammers are currently positioned above us in the league table, which makes for sorry reading at the moment.
At least at Barcelona he’d still be representing one of the biggest clubs in the world but with a better chance of playing regularly.
It is a shame that things have not gone as planned for Martial at Old Trafford.
After bursting onto the scene in his debut against Liverpool, we all thought the former AS Monaco academy graduate was destined for the very top.