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Jose Mourinho and Anthony Martial endured a bit of a love-hate relationship last season and the Manchester United manager did not seem to have enough faith in the young Frenchman.
However, it looks like Wenger will have to look elsewhere as the Mirror are citing a report from the Manchester Evening News that claims Martial wants to remain at United and fight for his place.
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Mourinho is said to be a very keen admirer of Rakitic's abilities and claims are being made that the United boss will offer up the services of Martial in order to land the Croatian global.
However, Martial doesn't seem to be going anywhere right now as M.E.N. understand it writing that "United sources acknowledged last term that Martial's focus was compromised by domestic issues but the forward is settled in Manchester and moved back into the city centre earlier in the year with his partner".
With Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard pushing Anthony Martial down the pecking order it is believed that Mourinho is ready to allow his player to leave in order to boost the holding midfield position at Old Trafford.
Mourinho has been full of praise for Martial this season and could start him against Liverpool on Saturday. He starts matches, he tries to do well. "I am very pleased with his attitude overall and then it's easier to play well".