Neither Manchester United star has been involved with their international side during the current break and therefore took the opportunity to relax when they had no playing commitments.
Lingard was spotted on the streets of Manchester overnight, while Martial arrived back at the airport in the morning.
Lingard was left out of Gareth Southgate’s squad but managed to feature against Wolves in the FA Cup, raising questions over whether he should have been available for England.
Southgate admitted he was baffled to see Lingard start against Wolves just days after he had been ruled out of international duty through injury.
‘I mean I was surprised that he started the game, but only because he hadn’t trained before the Wednesday so I guess you would have to talk to [Manchester] United as to why they took that decision,’ Southgate said earlier this week.
‘I am imagining partly because they were missing so many players as well. But as I say, he wasn’t comfortable with it in the game and that was the conversation I had with him.
‘Having seen him against Wolves, I spoke to him because I wanted to see how he saw it. He felt that although he had played, he was very conscious of it and at risk during the game. He felt that he probably needed another period of training to be fit and strong.
‘In those situations, I’ve known the player long enough that I’ve got to trust his judgement.
‘We could have called him in and assessed him and done what we’ve done with Marcus (Rashford) but it’s a different sort of injury with the hamstring and more likely to recur.’