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#Tottenham bid for Anthony #Martial, bid rejected by Man United. #MUFC

13 August 2017, 06:25 | Pamela Mathis

#Tottenham bid for Anthony #Martial, bid rejected by Man United. #MUFC

Anthony Martial

The 21-year-old, who lit up the Premier League during his first season in English football, scoring 17 goals and earning a plethora of rave reviews along the way, made just 25 Premier League appearances, last season, with Mourinho using the French global in a more rotational manner than his predecessor Louis Van Gaal did.

That move failed to materialised, and after Martial had joined Manchester United at the end of the 2015 window, French newspaper L'Equipe said Tottenham had actually put forward an improved €40m, only to see it knocked back.

Despite this, Red Devils boss Jose Mournho still considers Martial a key part of the squad and hopes he will remain at Old Trafford for the considerable future.

Spurs' offer was to take Martial on a permanent basis, less than two years after his stunning move to Old Trafford from Monaco.

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It seems that Spurs are now taking corrective measures, however, with RMC Sport in France claiming that they have had a bid for Martial rejected by Manchester United.

Mauricio Pochettino has been looking for a wide forward this summer, missing out on Wilfried Zaha in May as he signed a long-term contract extension with Crystal Palace.

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