Struggling Anthony Martial Feels ‘Unloved’ At ManU And Will Start Scoring When Assured Of Playtime

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Anthony Martial is ‘feeling unloved’ at Manchester United, according to Teddy Sheringham, and his performances are deteriorating as a result.

After being dropped down the attacking pecking order at Old Trafford, the £60 million France international is yet to score for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team this season.

Since joining United in 2015, Martial has been inconsistent, and with Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood, and Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of him, he might become a bit-part player.

However, United legend Sheringham believes that if Martial feels more appreciated, he will recover his best form.

‘It’s similar to Harry Kane and Tammy Abraham, centre-forwards need to be loved,’ Sheringham told Sportsmail.

‘If you’re not feeling loved and appreciated, if you feel you have one chance to do well in the Carabao Cup and if you don’t you’re not going to get anywhere near the Premier League games, it does put pressure on you.

Source: Daily Mail

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