Did Erik ten Hag announce Antony Martial's departure?

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Did Erik ten Hag announce Antony Martial's departure?
Did Erik ten Hag announce Antony Martial's departure? (Provided by Financial World)

Erik ten Hag is doing great things at Manchester United this season. Considering that he won the League Cup trophy, the Dutchman is in the game for two more trophies. Today's match against Fulham could show whether United is ready to win the FA Cup trophy.

In addition, United is also in the game for the Europa League trophy. Sevilla is waiting for them in the quarterfinals. One of the players who did not play much this season is Antony Martial. The Frenchman has had injury problems for a long time.

Erik ten Hag answered the reporter's question about Martial and whether he has a future in this club: “I don’t think this is the right moment (to say) whether that would be the case,” said Ten Hag, as quoted by mirror.co.uk As soon as Martial returns from his injury, the Dutchman is ready to give him a chance.

There is no doubt that he has confidence in him and that he expects a great deal from the French, which is clear from what he says. “But I believe in him. Every time he is available, he really gives a good contribution to the team performance and the level of the team.

He is training at the moment. We are just working with him to get fit and to be available”.

Erik ten Hag on Martial

Erik ten Hag revealed that he took Martial out of the game in the derby against City. It was because the Frenchman was afraid of injury.

Rashford, on the other hand, also played in that same match while suffering from an injury as well. “Every person is different.
You have to treat every person differently. This process you have to take really carefully.

I am doing everything to get him back to availability”. Erik ten Hag inspires optimism for United fans who expect a lot from him. “It is a process. You have to set a culture. It is all about standards, values, rules, and I always think partnerships bring people together”.

Erik Ten Hag