MANCHESTER UNITED star Anthony Martial has told fans not to listen to rumours linked him with an Old Trafford exit.
The France international has struggled in his second season at the club, falling out of favour with manager Jose Mourinho.
And yesterday he was an unused substitute in the 3-0 win over Leicester.
Paris Saint-Germain are among the clubs said to be interested in Martial, but the player has dispelled talk of a summer departure on Twitter.
Dont listen the papers it's wrong thanks Come on United 🔴
— Anthony Martial (@AnthonyMartial) February 6, 2017
Martial, signed in a £58 million deal before last season, tweeted: “Dont listen the papers it’s wrong thanks Come on United.”
Last month, Mourinho called on the 21-year-old to improve his performances.
“I don’t think he lost his focus,” said Mourinho.
“I just think he didn’t catch with both hands a big opportunity he had. When we spoke about Memphis Depay [leaving United] we spoke about it being the only position where we have an over-booking of players.
“We have still five players for this position. I cannot give one player chances to play and kill the others. To kill the others, I think I already did that with Memphis by considering him the last option and by not giving him any option. But with the other guys I think you would be asking me why Mata is not playing or why Marcus Rashford doesn’t have a chance, or why Jesse Lingard, a national team player, is not playing.
“We have Rashford, Lingard, Mata, Mkhitaryan and Martial, and I cannot give the same player chance after chance after chance and not consider the effort of the others.
“Anthony played against Liverpool, a big match for us and a big match for him, too. Then the next game I went to Mata and Mkhitaryan. This is the situation.”