Anthony Martial has continued to divide opinion among many fans since his 56 m pound transfer from Monaco 6 years ago. Despite a terrific first season under Louis Van Gaal, he has blown hot and cold ever since, and it's only last season where he truly showed what he is capable of by scoring 23 times in all competitions which was long overdue anyway. This season has been his worst according to expectations that were placed on him as he has scored only 4 goals in more than 20 matches for Man United. This has made Edinson Cavani to dethrone him from the starting no 9 position which was not expected as the Uruguayan was supposed to be backup striker instead. Reports circulating from the top echelons of the club have insinuated that the board have seen enough of the Frenchman and would listen to offers in the transfer window. Inter Milan are closely monitoring the situation, and it's not a surprise since they have already signed 4 Man United players in Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Ashley Young and Matteo Darmian who have got a new lease of life at the San Siro. Joe Glazer, one of the owners of Man United had been a staunch proponent of Martial, but it seems even himself has realized that it's time to part ways if at all the club will have a chance to be serious title challengers in the near future. The potential signing of Borussia Dortmund prolific goalscorer Erling Haaland who has scored 26 goals in 27 appearances this season will only seal the fate of Martial as he will certainly not be happy to warm the bench, with Cavani also set to extend his stay at Old Trafford for at least one more season. That has been the tale so far for the hugely talented but sometimes arrogant and disinterested Martial who seems more of a luxury player than a goal hungry poacher who can put in the desired work rate when needed. He clearly is better than what he shows on the pitch and perhaps Jose Mourinho was right when he wanted him sold in his last year at Man United but for some reason the club opted not to. With the second half of the season drawing to a close, time is not on his side and Ole Solskjaer may have a difficult choice to make in the summer.