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5 players that would make Barcelona's attack unstoppable

Jidonu Mauyon
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#4. Anthony Martial

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Martial would be a decent signing for the Blaugrana

Manchester United superstar, Anthony Martial is one of the brightest French players in the Premier League at the moment. The attacker joined the Red Devils in 2015, but after seeing his game time reduced under Jose Mourinho last season, the player is reportedly eyeing a move away from the Old Trafford this summer.

This could be a great opportunity for Barcelona to strengthen their attack ahead of the next campaign. Martial, who is currently representing his nation in the World Cup would be a great acquisition for the Blaugrana, with his incredible pace, dribbling skills and the ability to send the ball into the back of the net.

Occupying the left flank, the Frenchman would form a perfect 3-man attack alongside Lionel Mess and Luis Suarez. He can also function as a striker in place of the Uruguayan superstar.

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Jidonu Mauyon is a football enthusiast from Nigeria, who writes for a lot of publications, including the likes of Sportainment, Cube Soccer, Give Me Sport, FootballXtra, and Sportskeeda. He is a great fan of Lionel Messi and he likes to write about Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool. He also covers a lot of topics relating to the EPL, La Liga, Seria A and the Ligue 1. He has been doing great in the field, helping to intensify the passion for the beautiful game by sharing his opinions with his fellow soccer fans across the globe. His works have earned him recognition, notably claiming the Best Essay Writer award in the 2015 Milo Sports Writing Competition. To him, his followers are his best friends and he would go a long way to ensure that he keeps them refreshed and entertained. You love football and he does too, why not follow him so you can burn the passion together?
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