Erik ten Hag regrets star’s potential summer exit from Man Utd, expected after being counted on.

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Anthony Martial has faced further injury setbacks this season, drawing attention from the under-pressure Dutchman about United’s poor goalscoring record. Ten Hag believes that United’s goal record would have been better if Martial was available and had been a key part of his plans at the beginning of the season. He emphasized the need for more options and depth in certain positions, pointing to the impact of the lack of choices in the striker and left full-back positions on the team’s results.

Ten Hag also reflected on last season’s successful performance with fewer options up front and indicated that there should have been enough goals with the plan in place, counting on contributions from players like Rashford and Martial. The potential departure of Martial, along with several other players, is expected when their contracts expire in July. Ten Hag is likely to seek a new striker, regardless of Martial’s future with the club.

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