Lisandro Martinez and his stunning partner frolic on a yacht as injured Man Utd star enjoys his off-season | The Sun

LISANDRO MARTINEZ is making the most of his time off with a romantic trip on a yacht with his partner.

The Manchester United star's season came to a premature end as he picked up an injury in the Europa League clash against Sevilla.

Martinez, 25, was then forced to sit out the rest of the season as he worked on recovering from his fractured metatarsal bone.

He missed the FA Cup final against Manchester City, which saw his side lose the chance of winning a cup double at Wembley.

On his holidays during the off-season, Martinez has gotten away with his stunning partner Muri López Benítez.

The pair have taken a trip on a yacht, soaked up the sun, and enjoyed some coffees on the ship.


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They have taken the yacht to some stunning places as they relax before the defender returns for pre-season.

The pair met when they were just 14 years old, and together own a French bulldog called Polo.

She has been at his side during his meteoric rise – from Newell's Old Boys to Ajax and now Old Trafford.

And when she gets the opportunity, she also likes a carnival – dressing up in extraordinary costumes.

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Muri often shows off her glam existence on social media – wearing designer Balenciaga clobber and enjoying amazing holidays.

Back in June 2022, they headed to Dubai before taking a romantic trip to the Maldives.

Martinez currently earns £120,000-a-week at Old Trafford.

Now United want to reward the centre back for a brilliant debut season in England by upping his basic salary by around £50,000.

There are no immediate plans to extend his current contract, which runs for another four years.

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