Anthony Martial confirms Manchester United exit after 9 seasons

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Manchester United forward Anthony Martial will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of June, the Frenchman said on Monday.

The 28-year-old arrived at Old Trafford from AS Monaco in 2015 and scored 90 goals in 317 games for the Red Devils during his time with the club.

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The departure was expected, as he had struggled with injuries in recent seasons and had not been in the squad for months.

Martial was not in the team for the 2-1 FA Cup final victory against Manchester City on Saturday.

"It's with great emotion that I write to you today to say goodbye. After nine incredible years at the club, the time has come for me to turn a new page in my career," he said on Instagram.

"You have been an unwavering support, through the good times and the difficult. Your passion and loyalty have been a constant source of motivation for me."

French defender Raphael Varane also stated he would leave United earlier in May.

Information from Reuters was used in this story.