Man Utd outcast Anthony Martial 'wants to quit this month but NOT on loan amid Barcelona, Juventus and Sevilla interest'
ANTHONY MARTIAL wants to move to a foreign club this month with Juventus and Barcelona interested.
Newcastle and Tottenham were interested in the Manchester United forward but had bids rejected as Martial does not want to join another Premier League team.
There could be an opportunity for him to leave on loan to a foreign club, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.
Sevilla have had a bid rejected for the striker but could be prepared to bid again.
But the Spanish side could struggle to afford Martial's wages.
United want his salary to be paid in full and a loan fee if they are to let him leave on a short-term deal.
That means the France forward could join Juventus or Barcelona – the two clubs are believed to be interested in the 26-year-old.
Talks are reportedly ongoing between United and Juventus with Martial keen on joining the Serie A giants.
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He was left out of the United squad to face Aston Villa on Saturday with Ralf Rangnick claiming he refused to play.
Rangnick also revealed Martial has not trained since with his United future in the balance.
He has made just seven Premier League appearances this season, scoring once.
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