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Agent blasts 'false claim' about Anthony Martial after his Manchester United departure

Anthony Martial's agent has blasted reports suggesting his client is "financially greedy", describing them as "not true".

Martial's contract at United officially expires at the end of the month and the player waved goodbye to fans after the final home game of the Premier League season.

United always planned to release Martial this summer after failing to obtain a fee for him in the January transfer window and he departs after spending nine years in Manchester.

Martial joined United as a teenager from Monaco and made an excellent first impression by scoring against Liverpool on his debut, but he failed to reach his potential.

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The Frenchman's time at the club was plagued by injuries and he played just over 600 minutes across all competitions last season, making just seven starts.

Martial could return to his homeland after leaving United and he's receiving interest from Lyon and Marseille, along with interest from clubs in Saudi Arabia and the United States.

The player's agent, Philippe Lamboley, spoke to Sky Sports News on Tuesday and insisted his next move would be driven by sporting ambition, not financial reasons.

"Anthony is on vacation. We are studying the different projects that have been offered to him. We are going to take time to consider the next steps," said Lamboley.

"He's going to take time to be fit and ready for his new club and he's been training normally for two months. He's 28 and I've heard reports he will be too financially greedy with clubs.

"This is not true. Anthony wants an ambitious project to achieve high club goals and get back into the France team.