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Man Utd flop Anthony Martial’s Sevilla loan transfer goes from ‘bad to worse’ with return to Old Trafford on the cards


ANTHONY MARTIAL is set to return to Manchester United in the summer following an unsuccessful spell at Sevilla, according to reports.

Martial, 26, has failed to score in six La Liga appearances since his January loan move and provided just one assist.

Anthony Martial has struggled for form in Spain

Sevilla were delighted to welcome him to the club earlier this year and his arrival was greeted with huge fanfare.

But he is now expected to return to United when his loan deal ends in the summer, reports Spanish outlet Marca.

Sevilla were previously keen to sign Martial on a permanent move for a club-record fee.

They even beat Barcelona to his signature, with Martial likely regretting his decision not to sign for Xavi given Barca have now overtaken Sevilla in La Liga.

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Martial’s time at Sevilla has reportedly gone from “bad to worse” and now he is struggling to make the starting line-up.

He began on the bench in the first leg of Sevilla’s Europa League round of 16 match against West Ham and made little contribution over the tie as the Spanish side went out.

The Frenchman looks set to return to Old Trafford but could again be shipped out in the summer.

Marcus Rashford could join him through the exit door too amid his own poor run of form.


There is no shortage of interest in the England star either with Arsenal prepared to offer him a Premier League lifeline.

Barcelona also want to sign a forward and have expressed an interest in Rashford.

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