‘He’s not good enough’ – Alan Shearer tells Man Utd should let the player leave after West Ham loss

‘He’s not good enough’ – Alan Shearer tells Man Utd should let the player leave after West Ham loss

Martial entered the game as a second-half substitute against West Ham on Sunday evening, but had little influence as United fell 1-0.

In stoppage time, the 27-year-old had an opportunity to score his fifth league goal of the season, but Hammers goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski denied him.

Ten Hag decided to retain Martial at Old Trafford despite the fact that the Frenchman spent the second half of the previous season on loan with Sevilla.
Shearer, a Premier League legend, believes Manchester United should seek to sell Anthony Martial this summer, when Ten Hag may face a similar dilemma.

“Anthony Martial’s time at Manchester United is up,” Shearer stated on Premier League Productions following West Ham’s decisive victory, “it was a huge win for us.”

You do not need to make any major decisions regarding him, as I believe the decision has already been made or should have been made.He’s been there long enough and has had sufficient opportunities. He is insufficient to lead Manchester United to their desired destination.

If he were competent, he would be starting regularly and would be netting goals. In my opinion, he’s had his chance and it hasn’t worked out for him.

Former Arsenal forward Ian Wright added, “With all due respect to Martial, if Wout Weghorst starts ahead of you, you have a problem.”
Under Ten Hag, Manchester United has had a successful first season, winning the EFL Cup earlier in the year and advancing into the top four.

The Red Devils are stumbling toward the conclusion of the season, having suffered a shocking loss to Sevilla in the Europa League and consecutive Premier League defeats.

Manchester United are fourth with four games remaining, one point ahead of Liverpool, and will host Wolves next weekend at Old Trafford.

Ten Hag stated after United’s loss to West Ham, “I thought the first half performance was adequate, but the second half was below our standards.”

“We should have been ahead in the first half, as we played excellent football, but one mistake is all it takes to see the consequences.” We have everything we need, but this week must be utilized to recover and reset.

United failed to score for the second time in four days, to which Ten Hag responded, ‘Of course it’s disappointing, as we created and controlled the game. We need to be more clinical in front of the net.

‘He’s not good enough’ – Alan Shearer tells Man Utd should let the player leave after West Ham loss