Anthony Martial has been rotated with Marcus Rashford for most of the season and Sanchez's arrival meant he was on the bench a lot more.
Bayern Munich are not considering signing Manchester United forward Anthony Martial during the summer transfer window.
For the deal to happen, Martial needs to decide that he wants to leave Manchester United and Chelsea must meet the selling club's valuation.
Martial has shown glimpses of his enormous potential at Old Trafford but, unable to earn a regular place in Jose Mourinho's starting XI, is growing frustrated.
The French worldwide has started 17 Premier League games so far this campaign and has only been picked for the starting eleven five times since Alexis Sanchez moved to United in January.
If Tottenham do manage to sign Martial for the £44 million that has been reported, it would surely be considered as fantastic business in today's day and age, and it could be the acquisition that help's Pochettino's side finally end their 10-year wait for a trophy.
The newspaper says Juventus are also in the running and are ready to test United's resolve with a £44m offer but Chelsea have the financial firepower to match what the Italians are prepared to pay.
Antonio Conte's expected departure could be one of several at Stamford Bridge following an underwhelming season, freeing up funds for the new manager to sign players, chiefly a replacement for the Belgium global.
According to Daily Mail, Chelsea are determined to strengthen their ranks in the summer, and are keen on signing Martial.
Martial is demanding playing assurances from United boss Jose Mourinho if he is to stay this summer.
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