Anthony Martial will leave Manchester United.  "We agreed"

After several weeks of talks, Manchester United and Sevilla have reached an agreement on the terms of the loan, according to a report by Fabrizio Romano and ESPN.

The French were not satisfied with his role at Old Trafford, so he decided to announce it publicly through his agent.

Since then, discussions have continued with potential candidates to sign a player. Juventus and Barcelona are on this list. Seville was the most specific.

The Andalusian made a loan offer, but it was rejected due to the fact that the LaLiga representative did not intend to receive the player’s full wages.

Monchi, the sporting director of Los Civilistas, did not give up, and returned to the talks. The club’s determination was appreciated by the winger, who agreed to reduce his current salary.

This paved the way for an agreement between the two parties, which just happened, according to ESPN and Fabrizio Romano.

The 26-year-old will soon appear in Spain, where, after passing medical tests, he will sign a loan agreement valid until June 30.

Anthony Martial played in the “Red Devils” shirt 269 games, scored 79 goals and scored 50 assists.

The Frenchman moved to Manchester United in the summer of 2015 for 60 million euros from Monaco. He is a native of CO Les Ulis and Olympique Lyon.

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