- Man United are set to increase their price tag for Martial
- The Frenchman has been linked with a number of clubs recently
- United will play away to Brighton in a Premier League fixture
Manchester United have decided to up their asking price for their striker Anthony Martial who is wanted by a number of suitors.
According to Italian news outlet Corriere dello Sport, United chiefs are resigned to losing the France international, and are already fielding enquiries from across Europe.
Martial have been linked to a number of top clubs playing top flight football in Europe including Chelsea, Tottenham, Juventus and Bayern Munich.
And with the growing interest, United are now insisting on at least €50m to sell the 22-year-old, who has played second fidel all through season.
The highly-rated attacker joined the Red Devils under Louis Van Gaal three years ago from Monaco for €80m.
Martial has scored just nine goals in 29 Premier League appearances and making just 17 starts in the process this season.
The youngster's have been a regular starter in Didier Dechamps line up in the national team and he is set to make his first appearance at the World Cup in Russia.
The Frenchman should be in Jose Mourinho's starting XI when United lock horns away to Brighton.
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