Lisandro Martinez enjoys holiday with stunning WAG as Man Utd steal march on Arsenal

Manchester United look to have edged ahead of Arsenal in the race to sign Ajax star Lisandro Martinez as he enjoys a picturesque holiday with his stunning girlfriend


Posted Monday, July 04, 2022 by Dailystar.co.uk

Lisandro Martinez enjoys holiday with stunning WAG as Man Utd steal march on Arsenal

Lisandro Martinez is currently enjoying a break from football alongside stunning girlfriend Muri Lopez Benitez - while Manchester United and Arsenal battle over his signature.

The versatile Ajax star, who has featured at left-back and centre-back as well as in midfield for his current club, has been tipped for a move to the Premier League following back-to-back Eredivisie titles.

Despite the 24-year-old's contract running until 2025 the spending power of United and Arsenal could be telling - but at the moment he doesn't look too concerned over his contractual situation.

Martinez has recently been in Dubai with partner Muri and is currently in Ibiza, having shared several updates on their respective Instagram accounts.

The loved-up pair are believed to have met in their early teens and been in a relationship for a decade - and would no doubt join him should he make a move to England.

The Daily Mail report that United have 'stolen a march' on Arsenal in pursuit of the (5ft 9in defender, who is thought to be valued at £43million by his club.

Lisandro Martinez enjoys holiday with stunning WAG as Man Utd steal march on Arsenal
Lisandro Martinez and Muri Lopez Benitez could move to England this summer

The report adds that Martinez has told Ajax that he wants to play in the Premier League next season and could yet be reunited with former boss Erik ten Hag.

The pair were very close during their time together in the Netherlands, with Martinez said to have made his stance clear to Ajax chief Edwin van der Sar.

As part of his first interview with United, Ten Hag spoke about similarities with his former job that could lead to him pushing for reunions with ex players.

He said: "There are similarities but also contradictions.

"I have to learn and I have to adjust but I also have to stay myself. I’m convinced that we can bring in the structures and the way of play that we want.

"If we get that done, we get that communicated to the players then we will get that success."



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