Man Utd suffered injury damage when Anthony Martial was sidelined with a hamstring injury in the FA Cup final against City

ANTHONY MARTIAL is eliminated from the FA Cup final after suffering a hamstring injury in the final game of the Premier League season against Fulham.

The injury-prone Frenchman came on as a substitute in the 67th minute of the 2-1 win that secured Manchester United third place.

Anthony Martial is out of the FA Cup final with a hamstring injury


Anthony Martial is out of the FA Cup final with a hamstring injuryPhoto credit: Getty

Martial is on the sidelines alongside Antony and long-term absentee Lisandro Martinez.

However, before the final at Wembley against neighbors Manchester City, coach Erik ten Hag is not too concerned.

Marcus Rashford, this season’s top scorer with 30 goals, started as a main striker last Sunday and will do so again.

Martial has scored just nine goals in 29 appearances this season and the club are ready to listen to offers for him this summer.

Martial’s absence opens the door for Alejandro Garnacho to join Jadon Sancho on the wings.

The Argentina star is fully fit after his injury and looked fine against Fulham on Sunday.

Man Utd could also make a final start for Dutch striker Wout Weghorst, who is set to return to Burnley this summer.

The Red Devils could end up replacing him with PSG striker Neymar.


The Brazilian is expected to leave the French capital this summer.

And he’s keen to work with Ten Hag at Old Trafford.

Neymar’s arrival could see him take over the left position and allow Rashford to play through the middle.


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