Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly requested that the club get rid of a certain Red Devils star before the end of this month.
Winger Anthony Martial was an unused substitute in United's first league game of the season against Leicester City last weekend, but was handed a start against Brighton & Hove Albion this past Sunday.
The Frenchman was fairly anonymous against the Seagulls, though, and was replaced by Mourinho with 30 minutes still remaining in the game.
The 22-year-old has had a tough few weeks at United, and it now appears that the club will try and force him out before September.
Martial is believed to have angered his manager during pre-season, when he stayed away from the team's camp for longer than he was allowed following the birth of his second child.
Mourinho recently confirmed reports that the former Monaco forward was fined for his actions, much to the surprise of many United, and even rival, supporters.
With the Premier League transfer window closed, English sides may now only be involved in outgoing transfers, and according to the Daily Star, Martial could be one of those players on their way out of the division.
Mourinho has reportedly made a fresh plea to the board to sell the France international before the European window closes, despite Ed Woodward being a huge fan of the player.
The Portuguese boss has also criticised the club's transfer dealings a few times during the window, and this could cause further tension.
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