Paris, France: Manchester United may find themselves engaged in a January swap deal involving striker Anthony Martial.

The Ligue 1 champions, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), reportedly have their sights set on the Red Devils forward, who has been facing a challenging spell in the Premier League.

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Martial, 27, has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford, demoted to the role of the second-choice centre-forward.

With Rasmus Hojlund’s £72 million arrival at United, Martial’s future at the club appears to be hanging by a thread.

The Frenchman has struggled to make a significant impact, managing only 18 top-flight goals since the beginning of the 2020-21 season.

PSG’s interest in Martial is said to be driven by their desire to inject more homegrown talent into their star-studded squad.

The Parisians are actively exploring the possibility of bringing Martial to the Parc des Princes in the upcoming winter transfer window.

Sources suggest that Manchester United is open to the idea of Martial’s departure, viewing it as an opportunity to strengthen their forward line.

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The Red Devils are reportedly hopeful that Martial will agree to a move in January, paving the way for a potential deal with interested parties.

Among the suitors for Martial’s signature, PSG is not alone. Reports indicate that Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid have also expressed interest in securing the services of the French striker.

This multi-club pursuit sets the stage for a potentially heated battle for Martial’s signature as the January transfer window approaches.

Manchester United, however, could use negotiations with PSG to explore the prospect of a player-exchange agreement.

The Red Devils are reportedly eyeing PSG’s versatile defender, Nordi Mukiele, as a potential addition to their squad.

This could add a fascinating twist to the transfer saga as both clubs look to address their respective needs and strengthen their squads for the challenges ahead.

As the transfer rumours surrounding Anthony Martial continue to swirl, the January window promises to be an intriguing period for Manchester United and PSG.

The outcome of these negotiations could shape the trajectories of both clubs in the second half of the season, with the possibility of a high-profile swap deal adding an extra layer of excitement to the winter transfer market.

Football fans worldwide will watch closely how this unexpected turn of events unfolds in the coming weeks.

 

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