Sevilla standing firm on Martial offer
Anthony Martial’s hopes of leaving Manchester United for Sevilla have been dealt a blow according to reports in Spain. The Frenchman has expressed a desire to leave Old Trafford with a January departure a possibility.
Sevilla have been the first club to make a move for the wantaway star, who moved to the Premier League side in 2015. A lack of consistency and now a struggle for minutes has seen Martial seek pastures new.
The LaLiga outfit are keen on bringing the forward to Spain on loan but saw an offer rejected by the Red Devils. Sevilla are refusing to pay more than half of Anthony Martial’s wages as they look to bring him in on loan next month.infoguidenigeria
The La Liga outfit had their initial loan offer rejected by Man Utd yesterday, with the Red Devils expecting them to cover the full salary of the Frenchman. jamb result
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However, according to Mundo Deportivo, the Spanish side have little room to increase their offer or include an option to buy in the deal, denting the chances of Martial’s exit from Old Trafford.
They have told Sevilla that they will have to pay all of his wages for the second half of the season if they want to add the Frenchman, reports ESPN. Martial has held showdown talks with Ralf Rangnick, who is not short of attacking options.
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