Manchester United are ready to part ways with Anthony Martial only if Robert Lewandowski is offered in a potential deal, according to reports.
The Red Devils are in the market for a more direct winger but have not been able to sign any due to Ed Woodward’s (club CEO) reluctance to spend more cash without selling.
Meanwhile, Martial could be on his way out of Old Trafford following his latest outburst with Jose Mourinho over the time spent while away with family as they welcomed their newborn.
Bayern Munich are believed to be considering a move for Martial, who could be set for a summer exit in order to get more playing time after being left out of the French national team that won the World Cup in Russia.
The French winger has not been able to impress under Mourinho after being pegged back in selection since the arrival of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal.
Reports in The Sun suggest that Manchester United will request for an upfront £70 million to part ways with Anthony Martial but Bayern are not ready to pay more than £50 million for the winger.
However, the report also claim that United will ask that Robert Lewandoski to be included in a potential deal for Martial in a ‘player plus cash swap’.
Although, the German giants are not ready to allow Lewandowski leave the Allianz Arena this summer.