In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, Rob Lee, who made 280 Premier League appearances during his career, believes Manchester United should seriously consider any offers they get for Anthony Martial this summer because of his poor attitude.
The Frenchman has underperformed this season weighing in with just four goals in 22 Premier League games, his lowest tally for a campaign was also four, however he only played 25 games in that 2016/17 season.
Those sorts of poor returns in front of goal has led Man United to reportedly be looking to offload the forward this summer.
Lee was quick to point out Martial’s skill set and how good of a player he can be on his day, but he does believe if the Red Devils receive anything near what they paid for him when he was 19-years-old, they should look to accept it.
Speaking on how much Man United should be looking to accept for Martial and how his attitude works against him on the pitch, Lee told FFC:
“He’s such a talented lad, he’s quick and he can finish well but some days, he just doesn’t seem interested.
“His attitude seems terrible. So yeah, if somebody would give me £50 million for him, I’d snap their hand off.”
Martial is still just 25-years old so he has plenty of time to develop, however, man United will be looking to challenge Manchester City next season for the title.
Man United have long been linked with Erling Haaland, mainly down to the connection with Ole Gunnar Sosjkaer and with a low release clause, selling Martial could potentially make way for the striker.