Breaking sport news Man Utd boost: Martial in line to play again THIS MONTH - Tribal Football Breaking transfer news

Premierleague-News.com - Manchester United are set to confirm a boost over Anthony Martial's knee injury.Martial collected the strain while on international duty with France last we

Breaking sport news Man Utd boost: Martial in line to play again THIS MONTH - Tribal Football Breaking transfer news

Premierleague-News.com - Manchester United are set to confirm a boost over Anthony Martial's knee injury.Martial collected the strain while on international duty with France last we

Breaking sport news  Man Utd boost: Martial in line to play again THIS MONTH - Tribal Football Breaking transfer news
06 April 2021 - 10:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Manchester United are set to confirm a boost over Anthony Martial's knee injury. Martial collected the strain while on international duty with France last week, with reports in England that his season could be over. However, L'Equipe says the striker could play again later this month. It's reported Martial's injury isn't as serious as first stated and that he could be up and playing again in three weeks' time. Before victory over Brighton on Sunday, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: "He unfortunately sprained his knee with the France team.

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. Let's cross our fingers to get him back in shape. "Losing Anthony, potentially for the rest of the season, is very disappointing. Especially since the echoes from France suggested that it was not serious. But it looks bad."

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