Home Ā» Premier League Ā» Following the conclusion of the encounter between Manchester United and Everton, the superstar player for Manchester United has now played his final game for the club of Manchester United.

Following the conclusion of the encounter between Manchester United and Everton, the superstar player for Manchester United has now played his final game for the club of Manchester United.

After undergoing surgery on his groin, Manchester United has stated that Anthony Martial will be sidelined for an additional period of time.

by Dandozzy

Martial has not been seen since he became ill at the beginning of December, and his manager Erik ten Hag has not provided much information to the public about his whereabouts.

He has frequently emphasized that Martial has been ill or simply described him as unreachable.

On the other hand, it has just come to light that Martial has been struggling with a groin injury, which, following surgery, will prevent him from participating in any activities for more than two months.

ā€œManchester United striker Anthony Martial has completed successful surgery to address a groin complaint and will be out of action for about ten weeks as he rehabilitates,ā€ according to the clubā€™s statement.

ā€œWe wish Anthony a speedy recovery and look forward to his return.ā€

Martial has already missed seven games due to illness and injury, but he is not expected to return to the field until the middle of April.

This puts him in a race against time to make a comeback before the end of Unitedā€™s Premier League season.

Just five more matches remain until the end of the season, which is when Martialā€™s current contract with the Red Devils is scheduled to expire.

United will play Bournemouth on April 13, and there are only five more matches left until the season is over.

The contract of the 28-year-old player does have an option for a 12-month extension; however, it is not anticipated that United will exercise that condition.

As a result, it is possible that United may let Martial to leave Old Trafford for free in the summer, after he has spent nine years there.

With the summer transfer window approaching, United is keeping an eye out for a new striker.

The clubā€™s executives are hoping to locate an experienced head to assist Rasmus Hojlund in his team.

Okpops has it on good authority that the Ajax forward Brian Brobbey, who is 21 years old, is not a target at this time.

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