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Manchester United’s Hannibal Mejbri axed from Sevilla after controversial debut

By Mario Perez

Manchester United’s Hannibal Mejbri axed from Sevilla after controversial debut

The Tunisian playmaker’s adventure at Spanish football didn’t start as well as expected

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Manchester United’s academy player Hannibal Mejbri could be living hard days outside Carrington training ground, as the Tunisian playmaker, who had shined under Ten Hag’s management in the first games in the season, would have found a horrible destination in Sevilla FC, the club he joined on a six-month loan transfer during the January transfer window.

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The player, who snubbed the recommendations of Manchester United's coaching staff to sign for the Spanish team instead of Premier League’s Everton, already made his debut with the Andalusian club but he wouldn’t have convinced his coach there regarding the last press conference of the European giant’s manager.

In this sense, it would be worth mentioning that Quique Sanchez Flores, coach of Sevilla, recently assured that he will give “some time” to Hannibal so that he understands “where he is” after, according to certain rumors, he could have star in a confrontation with Mariano in a training session that went to major events inside the locker room, which is why neither of them were called up for the Cup match against Atlético.

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Sevilla’s coach will last a while to trust Hannibal again

The Madrilean coach explained that the Tunisian, who played a few minutes at Montilivi and who arrived on loan from Manchester United, will not be on the list against Osasuna last Sunday either. "After being with him, talking to him and having seen his first minutes in Girona, we are going to give him the necessary space to understand where he is, that he is at Sevilla and what it means. He has to know where he is and we want to see him. We have spoken with him and we believe that he has to have some time to learn, we wanted to give him space, time for him to see things from the outside and then he will return to the squad," commented the Sevilla coach, who could last a while to trust again on the Manchester United former star.

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