The Manchester United board is looking forward to allowing some players to leave the club in order to regain their top form after being sidelined for a very long time under Ralf Rangnick.
Several clubs have been lingering around the Old Trafford club in order to sign some players, with Jesse Lingard, Donny Van de Beek, Dean Henderson and Antony Martial being linked to loan moves before the winter transfer window shuts.
According to reliable reports close to Manchester United, Antony Martial is edging closer to securing a loan move to Sevilla football club where the player wants to move to.
The reports claim that Manchester United and Sevilla are currently negotiating on how the Spanish club will settle the salary of the Frenchman.
"Manchester United striker Anthony Martial is set to join Sevilla on loan. Talks between #mufc and the Spanish club are at an advanced stage and Martial wants to make the switch." The reports stated.
Will this move help Antony Martial reignite his Manchester United career?
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