Manchester United adamant Anthony Martial won't be sold this summer

Jose Mourinho fires warning to Anthony Martial after Chelsea transfer link

Sky Sports News understands Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich are all interested in signing Manchester United's Anthony Martial this summer.

The report claims that neither side is willing to do business with Manchester United at £83m, which is the price tag they have placed on Martial's head.

Martial, now in the United States on United's pre-season tour, has a year remaining on his contract. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Martial has one year left on his contract with United holding an option to extend by another 12 months, effectively keeping the 22-year-old tied down until at least 2020.

The report further added that Martial's lack of playing time may have contributed to his inability to make the World Cup winning French squad.

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Chelsea are interested in signing Martial as a potential replacement for Eden Hazard, who is wanted by Real Madrid.

At the moment, Portuguese manager Mourinho may be unhappy with the duo of Chelsea or Bayern for attempting to snatch his player who can still be a star.

Herrera though believes Anthony has shown up for pre-season looking focused and ready to smash it, which is certainly encouraging to hear for fans who want him to be a crucial part of the club.

The Frenchman, according to sources, wants a move away from Old Trafford after finding first-team opportunities limited following the arrival of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in January. And if he can get off to a good start this season, he could well revive his Old Trafford career.

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