Heavy damage! Manchester United Lisandro Martinez confirms a good defender

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Heavy damage! Manchester United Lisandro Martinez confirms good defender This semester is closed.

Manchester United have confirmed that Lisandro Martinez will be out of action for the remainder of the season. After a fractured metatarsal injury

Martinez picked up an injury in the Red Devils’ 2-2 draw with Sevilla in midweek. Did Rafael Varane, but the first one has reached the end of the season.

A statement read: “Lisandro Martinez will be out for the remainder of the season. after a metatarsal fracture”

“However, it is expected that the Argentinian defender will return to full fitness in time. To ready for the start of next season.”

Meanwhile, Martinez’s partner Varane is expecte to be out for a few weeks. With injuries to both, Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof expect to paire with centre-backs in the final arc of the season. And maybe even Phil Jones could make a comeback.

After completing a deal to grab Feyenoord’s left-back Tyrell Malacia. Manchester United have recently reached an agreement to sign another player from A. Reddivisi like Lisandro Martinez, Ajax’s defensive line. Has already joined the team and now only has a medical examination. Personal contract. and obtaining a visa from the UK government only

This Argentine center back has played 120 games.

For Erik ten Hag and has always been the main force for the agency.

It is expected that his initial fee will be €55m. Plus around €10m in other terms base on his future performance.

Speaking of style of play, Martinez is a defender whose passing skills are quite accurate, suited for a football that focuses a lot on the game from the defence.

And despite playing for the league’s top teams. That regularly bombard opponents with overwhelming scores. But he was always involve in the defensive game of the team. Ranked in the top 10 in the league for both tackles and interceptions per game,

Martinez has earned the nickname of “the greatest player of all time”. Butcher of Amsterdam with his aggressive style of play. Yet he received only six yellow cards in 36 games over the course of last season, fewer than Shaw and Maguire.