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Alan Smith, a former Manchester United player, expresses confidence in the return of Lisandro Martinez, foreseeing a boost for Erik ten Hag’s team and a potential qualification for the Champions League.

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Martinez, who showcased stellar performances in his debut season at Manchester United after his transfer from Ajax in 2022, faced limited appearances this season due to recurrent injuries. His absence was notably felt after undergoing foot surgery last September and sustaining a knee injury in February during the match against West Ham United.

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With his sights set on returning against Brentford on Saturday, Martinez’s comeback is anticipated to be pivotal for Manchester United, as highlighted by Smith. The Argentine’s absence, particularly on the left side, has been keenly felt, and his return is expected to elevate team morale and aid in bridging the gap in the top five positions.

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When asked about the potential impact of Martinez’s return on United’s Champions League qualification prospects, Smith affirmed to Metro UK via Casinoservice: “Definitely. He’s an essential part of the team, and he’s left-sided which has been a huge loss for them this year.”

Currently occupying sixth place in the Premier League table, Manchester United trails behind Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Aston Villa, and Tottenham.

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