Martial renews with Manchester United

Anthony Martial

Anthony Martial had looked to be leaving United under previous manager Anthony Martial Credit PA

The Frenchman missed Manchester United's 2-2 come from behind draw with Burnley in midweek, but should feature from the start on Sunday. "My job is to try and make the players perform better, but we are all in it together".

Anthony Martial had the chance to wrap up the points for United in the final minute of normal time but Schmeichel made a timely block, and Leicester created one final opportunity to register a deserved equaliser.

Martial was reportedly set to leave the Red Devils while Mourinho was still in charge, but has now been given a contract worth £250 000 (R4.3 million) a week, according to Sky Sports.

Only Ryan Giggs achieved the feat at a younger age, playing his 100th Premier League game at 21 years and 74 days old en route to becoming United's top appearance maker in the competition, with 632 appearances in the Premier League as well as 40 more in the old First Division. The 30 year old does not score or assist, he does not even get a mention in the "Waterfall" song so beloved by United fans who opt for "Sanchez, Paul Pogba and Fred".

Solskjaer's forward players Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba have received the most praise, goalkeeper David de Gea too.

That has not gone against him under Solskjaer, who told every player that they would get a chance and has certainly given Matic opportunities.

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Since joining United from Monaco in 2015 for an initial £36 million ($47m) Martial has netted 46 goals in 161 outings for the club.

"As a young lad moving overseas it's not easy, but now he knows he's going to stay here for the coming future and we believe in him".

"But I think Ole himself will think, 'Let's get through February and March and if I'm doing what I'm doing now, I've staked a claim". That only is a positive thing for me and all of the other players.

The 45-year-old Norwegian, now in interim charge while "on loan" from his job managing Molde back home, believes he can continue in his dream job as United boss beyond the end of the season after starting his reign with seven straight victories and then the midweek rally from 2-0 down to draw with Burnley.

If the talented winger isn't able to get back to his peak then Manchester United may feel they're better off offloading him for someone else in the summer. A lot of them want to play through the middle. So of course I put my views into the club.

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