Reports from Argentina indicate that Manchester United defender Lisandro Martinez is in good shape to represent Argentina during the international break.
Earlier on Monday, upon his arrival in Buenos Aires, local media had suggested that Martinez was experiencing discomfort and would be assessed by the national team’s medical staff.
However, TyC Sports journalist Gaston Edul took to Twitter to provide reassuring news, stating that Martinez is now deemed “fine.”
According to reports, the medical examinations have determined that the Manchester United player is not dealing with any injury, and he should be ready for the upcoming challenges.
Martinez’s recent substitution during the match against Arsenal had raised concerns among Argentine media, who speculated that he might be suffering from a recurrence of the injury he had last season.
This latest update will likely bring relief to Manchester United fans, who are already missing key players like Raphael Varane, Mason Mount, and Luke Shaw.
The next question is whether Martinez will feature in Argentina’s upcoming match against Ecuador on Thursday or if he’ll be given some rest until Lionel Scaloni includes him in the squad. The international break will provide further clarity on his availability.