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Anthony Martial could cost Man United £57.6 million - Monaco vice-president

New Manchester United forward Anthony Martial claims he is trying to move past the hefty price tag that has surrounded his move from AS Monaco.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsene Wenger's comments on Manchester United signing Anthony Martial whom the Arsenal manager praised as a "huge talent".
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down all you need to know about Man United's deadline day teenage signing Anthony Martial.

Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev says the Ligue 1 club turned down a succession of offers from Manchester United before agreeing to part with Anthony Martial for a fee of £57.6 million.

Martial, 19, signed for United earlier this week in a deal reported to be worth £36m up front.

French media reported that the transfer fee could eventually rise to €80m (£58m) when bonuses were included, which would make him the most expensive French player in history.

And Vasilyev appeared...

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Monaco chief Vadim Vasilyev admits Premier League riches hard to resist

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson talks to Alison Bender about young signing Anthony Martial, saying he's not sure that the forward will be a star forward for the team, even after he matures.
Didier Deschamps and Pierre Mankowski believe former Monaco forward Anthony Martial will succeed with his new club Manchester United.
Monaco's Leonardo Jardim admitted his side were beaten by the better team, after falling to a 3-0 loss at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain.

Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev admits the "unprecedented resources" of British clubs means selling players like Anthony Martial is unavoidable.

The principality club were knocked out of the Champions League playoffs recently, lost 3-0 to Paris St Germain in Ligue 1, and then saw talented forward Martial depart for Manchester United in a world-record fee for a teenager at £36 million.

The summer of 2014 saw a similar story involving big-name players, when James Rodriguez was sold to Real...

Man United's fee for Anthony Martial pays off for sixth-tier Les Ulis

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down all you need to know about Man United's deadline day teenage signing Anthony Martial.

PARIS -- Anthony Martial's record-breaking move to Manchester United will not only catapult the teenager onto the world's biggest footballing stage, it will also transform the finances of a tiny sixth-tier club in the Paris suburbs.

The striker's departure to the Premier League will be a game changer for Martial's first club, CO Les Ulis, based in a southwestern Paris suburb about 20 kilometers from the French capital.

The 19-year-old Martial, who became the most expensive teenager in the history...

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Man United's Anthony Martial offer could not be refused - Monaco official

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says the timing of new Manchester United signing Anthony Martial makes it clear Louis van Gaal is just trying to beat the transfer window.

Monaco defended their decision to sell Anthony Martial by saying Manchester United made them an offer they could not refuse.

According to ESPN FC sources and media reports, the former Premier League champions paid an initial £36 million for the 19-year-old forward, who cost Monaco just £5 million in 2013, and reports suggested that fee could rise to £58 million.

Martial has become the most expensive teenager in football history and, if he does cost £58 million, will be the second-costliest...

Anthony Martial's transfer fee proves Man United are gambling on potential

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down all you need to know about Man United's deadline day teenage signing Anthony Martial.

On his way to Clairefontaine on Monday morning -- an hour's drive south of Paris -- to meet the France squad for the first time in his career, 19-year-old Anthony Martial drove past Les Ulis, the little town where he grew up on the outskirts of the French capital.

From the motorway, he could see the big housing projects that form the town where, as a kid, he used to play football for hours on the concrete with his mates. Patrice Evra and Thierry Henry are also from there. And, surely, on the...