Anthony Martial: Man Utd forward recalled by France

Anthony Martial: Man Utd forward recalled by France

Martial, 22, has not featured for France regularly since the European Championship on home soil in 2016, although he did start the 3-1 friendly win away at 2018 World Cup hosts Russian Federation in Saint Petersburg in March. It is up to his talent, because he has phenomenal talent.

Martial, 22, was not in the France squad that won the World Cup in Russian Federation.

"I never gave up my feelings that this was the right way for him, even if he had to go through hard moments".

"It was just a question of him understanding what a top player is because there is a big difference between a top talent and a top player".

Martial was omitted from Les Bleus boss Didier Deschamps' squad for the 2018 World Cup and has been fighting for a return to the national team ever since, with his wish finally granted on Thursday morning.

The 22-year-old has struggled to maintain consistent form under Jose Mourinho during his first two seasons in charge.

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Anthony Martial can be "as good, if not better than Eden Hazard" after proving his "world-class" pedigree at Manchester United, says Paul Ince.

Deschamp while announcing his squad admitted that Martial has risen to become the great player he expects him to be and he is getting more mature on the pitch.

Martial's days at Old Trafford seemed numbered after he was criticised by Jose Mourinho and fined by the club for taking an extended leave of absence from United's summer training camp in the United States, due to the birth of his child.

"United always finds the money when it is in the best interests of the club, and keeping Martial is a top priority at this current time".

Martial has six goals in 13 games in all competitions this season and could add to his 18 France appearances when Deschamps' men meet Netherlands and Uruguay later this month.

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