Man United's £85m-rated Antony is TURNED AWAY from luxury restaurant

Man United’s £85m star Antony is TURNED AWAY from Manchester’s fully-booked Hawksmoor steakhouse as the former Ajax forward enjoys a night out in his new city, carrying a Louis Vuitton shopping bag

  • A luxury restaurant in Manchester turned away Antony after being fully-booked
  • The Brazilian was exploring the city after Man United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham
  • Antony had been shopping before attempting to get a table at Hawksmoor 

Manchester United star Antony was turned away from a luxury restaurant in Manchester on Thursday evening.

The Red Devils winger, who joined the club from Ajax for £85.5m in the summer, has impressed since arriving at Old Trafford.

He has netted three times in five Premier League games and played 76 minutes of United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham on Wednesday – the best performance under Erik ten Hag during the Dutchman’s tenure so far.

Manchester United star Antony was turned away from a luxury restaurant in on Thursday

The Brazilian was seen heading into steak restaurant Hawksmoor after an earlier shopping trip

On Thursday evening, the Brazilian was spotted out in Manchester exploring the city with friends.

He was seen heading into luxury steak and seafood restaurant Hawksmoor on Deansgate in the city centre following a shopping trip to designer shops.

However, Antony and his entourage were turned away by the restaurant as it was fully booked up.

However, Antony soon found that the luxury restaurant was fully booked-up

He was spotted leaving the restaurant after being turned away and heading towards the city centre

The Brazilian star was seen heading into Hawksmoor before walking back out of its entrance.

Antony was carrying a large Louis Vuitton bag after his earlier shopping trip, while his companions are holding several Selfridges bags.

Hawksmoor is a luxury restaurant with a 300g Steak costing up to £40, while visitors can also enjoy 300g of Monkfish for the same price. 

Similarly, bottles of wine at the restaurant can cost upwards of £600.

Antony is next in action on Saturday evening, when Ten Hag’s side travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea.  

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