Anthony Martial is unhappy at being made the scapegoat at Manchester United and is worried about his future, according to reports.
Martial, 21, has struggled for form this season and was linked with a move to Sevilla in last month’s transfer window.
The France international cost United £38million from Monaco two summers ago.
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A smiling Jose Mourinho was snapped leaving the Lowry this morning has preparations for Manchester United's clash with Leicester continue
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Jose Mourinho looked happy has he left the Lowry this morning
And the Sunday Mirror claim he is frustrated that much of the blame for United’s season is falling on his shoulders.
According to the report, Martial is concerned he is being edged out of the team so he can be sold off at the end of the season.
United sit sixth in the Premier League – four points off the top four.
They have won just one of their last five outings in all competitions, with Martial having started just three times in 2017.
Martial (left), Lindelof (centre) and Sanchez could all move in the summer
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Atletico could sign Alexis Sanchez (right) if Man United land Antoine Griezmann
Manchester United’s interest in Antoine Griezmann could lead to Arsenal losing Alexis Sanchez this summer, according to reports.
United are said to be pushing hard in their pursuit of France international Griezmann.
The striker will cost the Red Devils around £86m if he were to quit Atletico Madrid for the Premier League.
And the Sunday Mirror claim Atletico are preparing for Griezmann’s departure by lining up a swoop for Sanchez.
According to the report, Atletico believe they can beat off rival suitors for Sanchez, who has less than 18 months remaining on his Gunners deal.
Arsenal want the Chile international to sign a new contract but talks have currently stalled.
United will also have to pay upwards of £50m to sign defensive target Victor Lindelof.
Express Sport understands Benfica have paid to have Lindelof’s release clause removed from his contract.
It means the Sweden centre-back can now be sold for a much higher price after United failed to do a deal last month.
Benfica are hoping to cash in on the 22-year-old in the summer and then spend the money rejuvenating their squad.