Man Utd face Antony pressure after £15m snub which rivals Chelsea also agreed with

“Two seasons ago, he was offered out for £15m to both United and Chelsea. It was understood both teams turned down this option. United passed up on it, and Chelsea did likewise despite the former transfer chief Marina Granovskaia being keen to bring in the player for that price.”

Antony wasn’t registered in time to make his debut in the 1-0 win against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Thursday. However, he has already trained with Ten Hag’s squad for the first time and should be in line to make his bow when Arsenal visit Old Trafford this weekend.

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