ANTHONY MARTIAL has suffered an injury setback just four games into his Sevilla loan from Manchester United.
The Frenchman in January swapped England for Spain for the next six months to try and revive his career.
And he got off to a good start with his new side having scored for Sevilla in the Europa League this month.
But now, the forward faces a nervy wait to find out the extent of the injury he sustained against Espanyol in the league.
Martial, 26, went off after only 26 minutes holding his left leg and was replaced by Papu Gomez, 34.
The striker forced through a loan move in the winter window after being frozen out by United’s interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
Martial claims he rejected moves to Barcelona and Juventus to sign for Sevilla.
He was quoted by Football Italia as saying: “It’s true, Juventus tried to sign me.
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“They were talking to my agent but I told him that I preferred Sevilla. It was the best option for my family and me.
“Barcelona held talks with my agent as well, but once again, I said that my priority was Sevilla.
“I didn’t change my mind. I always keep my word when I say something to somebody.”
Juventus went on to sign Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina for around £62million.
Barca meanwhile moved for former Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.