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Who the heck is Anthony Martial?

Yes, I thought it. You thought it. And half of the players on Manchester United thought it. Who the heck is Anthony Martial?

As the transfer window closed, the footballing world got caught up in the dramatic (fake) signing of David de Gea from United to Madrid. 359 mots de plus

Football

United Complete £36m Anthony Martial Deal

Manchester United have signed 19-year-old Monaco forward Anthony Martial in a £36m deal. The young striker arrived in Manchester on Monday and will return to France on Tuesday after France coach Didier Deschamps agreed to his request to leave for Manchester due to the « exceptional circumstances ». 151 mots de plus

News

Why Anthony Martial is one of the WORST signings of the Summer

Manchester United today confirmed the signing of Monaco forward Anthony Martial just hours before the transfer window slammed shut.

However after missing out on the likes of Pedro and Felipe Anderson many fans felt under whelmed at the news on Manchester United’s latest transfer target. 299 mots de plus

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OFFICIAL: Manchester United confirm Martial deal.

Manchester United have just announced the signing of French forward Anthony Martial from AS Monaco in a deal worth £36M.

Martial joins on a four year contract with the option to extend for a further year.

Premier League

Di Maria makes decisive debut as Cavani bags a brace for PSG

Monaco might want to forget their latest home defeat at the hands of the Ligue 1 champs. PSG made a meal out of them on Sunday winning 3-1. 52 mots de plus

Edinson Cavani

Marseille signs Portugal defender Rolando

Forced to restructure after the unexpected departure of its coach earlier this month, Marseille bolstered its porous defense by signing three new players including Portugal international Rolando on the final day of Europe’s transfer window. 330 mots de plus

Sports

5 new footballing Davids in a world of Goliaths.

A few new names to look out for this season…

In a footballing world becoming increasingly dominated by the boring billionaire-backed super-clubs, where all that seems to matter to most fans is the top 4, the Champions League and who spends the most on deadline day, it’s refreshing to see so many smaller clubs making their way into Europe’s elite leagues this season. 676 mots de plus

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