Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told newsmen what he expects from fit-again Anthony Martial when they travel to Carrow Road on Sunday.
The Frenchman was in Solskjaer’s starting lineup for the first time since his return to full fitness and his goal against Partizan Belgrade on Thursday helped the team record their first away victory in seven months.
Speaking to reporters ahead of their trip to Norwich City, Solskjaer said he expects the Frenchman to add more freshness and quality to the attacking department.
He also tipped the player — who just returned from injury — to help the team score goals and bring the best out of his teammates.
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“Now Anthony is back, he got a goal, and I’m sure we’ll see us improve as a team with Anthony in the side. He does give us something different.”
He also predicted a tough game for his men as he confessed that The Canaries are a difficult team to play at the Carrow Road Stadium.
He said: “I hope we’re going to stop [Norwich] because it’s always going to be difficult down at Carrow Road but we’re ready for it now.”
Martial joined the Red Devils from Monaco in a deal worth £58m during the 2015 summer transfer window and he has gone on to play 117 Premier League games.