Anthony Martial’s reps called the transfer rumors “fake” in an Instagram update.
Rumors have swirled about Martial moving away from Old Trafford, with Erik ten Hag keen to recoup some of the money he has spent this summer.
The Red Devils have signed Mason Mount, Andre Onana and Rasmus Hojlund for a combined fee of €192m (£166m), with a number of players linked with an exit including Fred, Donny van de Beek, Scott McTominay, Harry Maguire, Eric Bailly and. Martial.
Meanwhile, Hoglund’s arrival will undoubtedly limit Martial’s chances in first-team football, with Hoglund expected to lead the line back to full fitness.
In turn, Martial was offered to Turkish giants Fenerbahçe, according to the journalist Serkan Hamzaoglu. The report added that Martial was eager to sign a 3-year contract worth 5 million euros each year, including a signing fee of 4 million euros.
However, the French agency has since described the reports as “fake” in an update dated Instagram.
The agency, called USFA Management, posted Hamzaoglu’s tweet on their story, accompanied by a “fake” caption.
Hamzaoglu has since responded to the allegations, insisting his report was “completely correct”.
“The combat news we have provided is absolutely true,” the Turkish journalist said chirp Friday.
Erkan Slimani, who has a certificate of authorization to represent Martial, clearly suggested the player to Fenerbahçe and conveyed the terms.
Fenerbahçe stated that the priority is Cengiz and that this transfer can be taken into account. Even Fenerbahçe said they were hesitant due to Martial’s injury problems.
“I have correspondence on this subject, but I do not share these documents due to personal rights.”
Hamza Oglu added that he had spoken with Martial’s management company and that their only problem was his proposal to offer Marshall for free, stressing that they had not held talks with United.
Although Hamza Oglu stood by his report, stating that “Martial was clearly recommended by Fenerbahce”.