Marcus Rashford Sends Emotional Message to Anthony Martial After Exit at Man United

Marcus Rashford Sends Emotional Message to Anthony Martial After Exit at Man United

  • Anthony Martial has completed a loan move to Spanish giants Sevilla until the end of the ongoing season
  • Lack of active playing time at Manchester United forced the Frenchman out of the Premier League for move to Spain
  • Manchester United are expected not to miss him as the Red Devils have the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Rashford up front

Marcus Rashford has wished Anthony Martial the best of luck after the Frenchman completed a move to Spanish La Liga Sevilla from Premier League side Manchester United.

Lack of active playing time so far this season in the Premier League under Ole Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick forced Anthony Martial out of Old Trafford in search of regular playing time.

Under Ralf at Manchester United, Anthony Martial got only eight minutes of action and the Frenchman was not satisfied with that which forced him to move to Sevilla.

Marcus Rashford and Martial
Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in action. Photo by Jan Kruger
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According to the report on Mirror and Daily Post, Marcus Rashford wished Anthony Martial fruitful stay in the Spanish La Liga.

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Anthony Martial joined Manchester United in 2015 from French giants Monaco and featured in 175 games for the Old Trafford landlords netting 56 goals.

Tension at Old Trafford as Manchester United block player’s transfer move to Premier League club

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Jesse Lingard is angered and feels disrespected after reports emerged Manchester United blocked the Englishman’s move to struggling Newcastle United.

The Independent had reported the 29-year old was looking to secure a loan move to Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United after struggling for minutes under Ralf Ragnick at Old Trafford.

Lingard has made just nine Premier League appearances for Manchester United this season having been frozen out of first-team duties.

Newcastle are believed to have launched a £6million offer to acquire the player and are happy to pay his entire salary for the duration of his stay in the North East.

Newcastle are desperate to bring in the forward as they look for reinforcements in their battle against the drop but Manchester United are seemingly not willing to part with the winger.

Source: Sports Brief News