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Martial move to Sevilla & No Loan Move for Donny Van de Beek

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Martial move to Sevilla & No Loan Move for Donny Van de Beek

Anthony Martial has arrived in Spain to undergo a medical ahead of his loan move to Sevilla.

Martial has been agitating for a Manchester United exit for some time and has finally got his wish.

The forward is set to join the La Liga side until the end of the season.

The move brings a protracted saga to an end. As it has been reported back in December.

Martial’s high wages were always going to make a transfer difficult.

And the player has agreed to waive a portion of his salary in order to force the deal through.

However, the agreement does not include an option to buy.

It is reported that the player would travel to Seville for his medical and he has now been pictured touching down at a local airport.

Provided everything goes smoothly he should be confirmed as a Sevilla player imminently.


Manchester United still do not intend to let Donny van de Beek leave Old Trafford.

Despite interest in the Dutchman’s services from other clubs.

Van de Beek is yet to start a Premier League game this season and has only featured in one of United’s last six league fixtures.

Coming off the bench in the final minute of the recent 2-2 draw with Aston Villa.

The 24-year-old informed United of his desire to leave in November.

But while there has been a willingness to let others leave, Anthony Martial is now set to join Sevilla on loan.

It is highly unlikely they will allow Van de Beek to go.

Arsenal, Newcastle and Everton are among those who have enquired about his availability.

At one stage last season United were considering offering Van de Beek to Borussia Dortmund as a potential makeweight in an offer for Erling Haaland, but that is no longer the case.

The disadvantage for Donny is that he plays in the same position as Bruno Fernandes, Who is irreplaceable in the Man United lineup.

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