The latest on Anthony Martial’s future at Man United amid Sevilla loan

The latest on Anthony Martial's future at Man United amid Sevilla loan

An outline of the La Liga side’s position in Sevilla on the possibility of making Anthony Martial’s arrival permanent was provided on Saturday afternoon.

The French international Martial of course swapped Manchester for Andalusia during the January transfer window.

After a tough first half, which resulted in just two Premier League starts under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick combined, the former Monaco opted to take his talents to Spain, joining the aforementioned Sevilla . ready in the summer.

And Martial’s time at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan has since proven to be quite hit or miss.

The 26-year-old has actually had a good start to life in Spain, registering one goal and one assist in his first three appearances for Sevilla.

The weeks that followed, however, proved less fruitful, culminating in the club’s supporters starting to turn on Martial thanks to the taunts and whistles during a recent La Liga encounter with Real Sociedad.

The return of the Red Devils

So what next for the struggling Manchester United loanee?

Well, as mentioned above, a preview of precisely that was shown on Saturday afternoon.

The information comes from transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who has confirmed that as things stand it seems highly unlikely that those in positions of power at Sevilla will seek a permanent deal for Martial this summer. .

It comes with negotiations yet to be opened between the Andalusians and their counterparts at Old Trafford, amid the lack of an option to buy in the terms of the versatile striker’s loan deal.

A final decision will ultimately be made at the end of the campaign, but Martial, barring a drastic change in performance, is currently in line for a return to Manchester:

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