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Gary Neville claims Man Utd are "frightened to death" to sell Anthony Martial

Daily Star Sunday, 19 January 2020
Gary Neville claims Man Utd are frightened to death to sell Anthony MartialManchester United are taking on Liverpool in a huge Premier League clash at Anfield and Anthony Martial is leading the line after an injury to Marcus Rashford against Wolves in the FA Cup
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