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Alan Smith, a former Manchester United player, expresses confidence in Lisandro Martinez’s return to Erik ten Hag’s side, foreseeing it as a catalyst for their Champions League qualification.

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Martinez showcased impressive form during his debut season at Manchester United after his transfer from Ajax in 2022. However, his appearances this season have been limited due to recurring injuries.

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The Argentine underwent surgery for a foot injury in September last year and subsequently faced another setback in February this year with a knee injury during the match against West Ham United.

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Now eyeing a comeback against Brentford on Saturday, Martinez’s return is anticipated to invigorate Manchester United, with Smith emphasizing his significant role within the team.

Smith underscores Martinez’s absence, particularly on the left side, as a notable setback for the team this season. He believes Martinez’s return will not only boost team morale but also aid in bridging the gap within the top five.

Asked about Martinez’s potential impact on Manchester United’s Champions League qualification prospects, Smith remarked 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 placed sixth in the Premier League table, Manchester United trails behind Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Aston Villa, and Tottenham in the race for Champions League qualification.

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