Manchester United, as runners-up, will likely be where the most interesting business takes place this summer, with manager Jose Mourinho aiming to finally fix up a squad that he's never truly looked comfortable with.
Bailly also failed to attend United's end of season awards dinner on Tuesday night and while the club said his absence was down to a dental problem, it's still heightened rumours of a bust-up with Mourinho.
The Daily Mirror is reporting that Jose Mourinho is keen on linking up with the Brazilian attacker at Old Trafford after having coached him during his second spell at Chelsea FC. In fact, in an interview in March, Martial's agent was not too clear about the forward's future.
In a horrendous outing at the Falmer Stadium, Manchester United were beaten by Brighton as the Seagulls confirmed their stay in the Premier League for at least a year. I'm sorry but at the moment I can not say anything else about it.
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Bought by Louis van Gaal in 2015 for a fee believed to be around £55 million, Martial quickly hit his stride at Old Trafford scoring and creating some handsome goals in his debut season.
Mourinho has since overlooked the 24-year-old, instead favouring Lindelof, but Bailly is fully fit and ready to play against Brighton if selected.
The report goes on to claim that United would want £40m in cash from Chelsea as Mourinho values Martial at £80m in current market conditions, with Willian worth £40m.