Man United ‘unlikely to punish’ Bailly, Henderson and Martial for comments against club
According to The Athletic, Manchester United are ‘unlikely’ to mete out punishments to Dean Henderson, Eric Bailly and Anthony Martial for their public criticism of the club.
After joining Nottingham Forest on loan, Deano called United’s treatment of him ‘criminal’ for his lack of game time.
Recently, Eric Bailly called out United for ‘favouring’ English players after joining Marseille on loan over the summer.
As for Martial, he openly slammed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for mistreating him during his time at the club. The Frenchman has been working his way into the XI under Erik ten Hag but is sidelined over an injury.
The Athletic understands the Red Devils’ hierarchy is unfazed over the comments. Martial mostly spoke out against Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho – both past managers.
Dean’s comments were not all that brutal and he’s internally viewed as our future No.1. For Bailly, however, The Athletic reports there is no future at the club.
United are mostly expected to sell the Ivorian centre-back once he returns from his Marseille loan, particularly because of how injury-prone he is.