Despite Anthony Martial's recurrent inability to keep physically fit, Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag insists that he still has faith in him.
This season, Martial has missed 30 games because of five different injuries. The Dutchman was asked if Martial is in a race against time to have a long career at United.
He replied (via ManUtd.com), “I don’t think this is the right moment to say whether that would be the case." But I believe in him. Every time he is available, he makes a good contribution to the team’s performance and level.
“He is training at the moment." We are just working with him to get fit and be available.
Nonetheless, his struggle to stay healthy has made him untrustworthy. Since his contract is due to end, United must decide quickly on his future. Although he resumed his workouts last week, he wasn't a member of the squad that played Real Betis on Thursday. He will therefore not be available for the FA Cup match against Fulham.
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