£180m Raid: Three Players Manchester United Want To Sign This Summer

£180m Raid: Three Players Manchester United Want To Sign This Summer

£180m Raid: Three Players Manchester United Want To Sign This Summer

Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku of Manchester United training on 12 March 2018.

The following season, under Jose Mourinho, he featured 53 times in all competitions, scoring 11 goals and creating a further six for his teammates. "I am not sure if he will be available". I've played as a No. 10 as well. Meanwhile, Sevilla will be without former Manchester City player Jesus Navas, who wasn't included in the 22-man squad that travelled to Manchester because of an injury to his right calf.

"We are going to give everything we have out on the field because, apart from it being a huge game, afterwards there is an global break and that will give us a chance to recover". I'm really happy too. Further, while having been promised a long-term future by Mourinho, Shaw still has some work to do, and a world-class defense still seems lacking at Old Trafford.

"It's just determination, working hard and keeping my feet on the ground in training and keep on proving people wrong", he said.

"That's pretty much where I'm at, which is fine".

The 21-year-old, who has recently chosen to play for Scotland over England, was placed alongside Matic in a midfield pivot after Paul Pogba suffered an injury on the eve of the game.

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Rashford also insisted that he didn't need to be reassured by his manager when he was struggling for playing time, saying: "He doesn't have to (speak to me)".

Jose Mourinho has still to find a balance that can get the best from both Sanchez and Pogba and the Portuguese will be under big pressure to drop one of his stars for Sevilla's crucial Champions League trip to Old Trafford in favour of rewarding Rashford.

Sevilla boast a fantastic record in Europe, but the majority of their success has came in the Europa League, rather than UEFA's showpiece competition. "This isn't a vintage United side, but it's not as bad as the detractors would suggest", Andy Mitten, editor of the United We Stand fanzine, said.

Frenchman Lenglet told Spanish broadcaster COPE Sevilla: "I believe we are ready for United. I wanted to finish on my own terms". "It can be a historic match for the club if we get into the quarter-finals".

"It's a big club with big players and for players like me and Marcus it's going to be tough to start every game but once you are on the pitch you have got to make an impact and maybe next game you will be playing". McTominay is likely to play against Sevilla in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 matchup on Tuesday.

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