Published: Fri, July 27, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Anthony Martial may have left Manchester United tour without permission

Anthony Martial may have left Manchester United tour without permission

Anthony Martial has left the pre-season tour and returned home to welcome a new member to his family.

But the 28-year-old, who is being chased by both Inter Milan and Juventus, is still annoyed about starting just five times in the Premier League last season and wants more game time elsewhere.

He has already admitted he is anxious about the first two games of the Premier League season against Leicester and Brighton because so many of his senior players are still on holiday following the World Cup. Some may want to move for reasons to do with their family, others may want more recognition and some simply want to leave for more playing time or a bigger role. "Honestly, I feel really good and I'm raring to go, and the minutes [on tour] are only going to help me become fitter".

"People can say I'm fat but I know my own body", Shaw says.

Maguire has been linked with a £65m transfer to Old Trafford.

It's the Middlesbrough centre-half Ben Gibson, a failed transfer target for the 15-16 Premier League champions last summer, that is the primary target to slip into Maguire's boots at the King Power.

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"We support and accept the decision by the race organisers to exclude Gianni Moscon from the Tour de France ", Brailsford said. Similarly, last September he was the first Brit to win the Vuelta a Espana - the same race in which he returned his AAF .

The shoot-out victory over Milan was United's first ICC contest of the year and, following a couple of unimpressive draws with Club America and San Jose Earthquakes, Mourinho was happy with how things went.

Manager Jose Mourinho said Valencia will miss the start of the season with a calf injury and has ruled Dalot out until September while he recovers from a knee problem.

He added: "We will see what happens".

"So of course against Leicester and Brighton the situation is not unbelievable for us. we will have to fight for the points with the players we have available".

While assessing his options for the right-back berth, the boss also confirmed that Lindelof will return to training next week, ahead of his second full season at the club.

There has also been the board's struggles in attempting to bring in players to fill the two holes Mourinho has cited as being of most concern going into the new campaign.

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