Valencia vs Manchester United: Confirmed starting XI

Valencia vs Manchester United: Confirmed starting XI

Valencia vs Manchester United: Confirmed starting XI

I think one thing is team dynamics, with routines adapted to the qualities of the players. The Belgian striker, who was removed from the starting XI for Wednesday's match against Arsenal, has reportedly "grown tired" of Mourinho and would be open to leave Manchester United as soon as the chance arises.

"I am lucky to have been able to score and assist that many goals, but I am still hungry for more: I want more assists, more goals, more enjoyment in the pitch, so hopefully I can do (so)".

And even more rare that the Reds would be looking all the way down to the mid-table at Manchester United, at least in the Premier League era.

Pogba did not start the 1-0 victory over Young Boys in the Champions League last month either, coming on as a second-half replacement.

"The players tried. They raised the level of their efforts".

Young was understandably relieved to get that winning feeling back on Saturday, when United ended a four-match winless streak in the Premier League by comprehensively defeating Fulham.

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"For a young kid to come in and play like he's been here for years has been fantastic". One of them says something in the media and the other one giving a cryptic message in return on social media.

Martial joins an ever-growing injury list for Mourinho, who is already without the club's highest-paid player, Alexis Sanchez.

"A performance that the fans I think they have been waiting for and we know that we have to do this more often".

Marcelino on Fellaini's victor for United against Young Boys, which extinguished his side's hopes of progressing: "I don't think it [the Fellaini goal] alone was what deprived us of having a chance [of progression], but the hand [ball] is there".

If Juve draw and United win in Valencia, that would mean Mourinho and his team snatching the first place and a much easier draw.

Rojo has made just two senior appearances this season and has no future under Mourinho, but Arsenal have no interest in the former Sporting Lisbon player, despite being made aware of his availability in January. They have finished as the runners-up on three occasions, the most recent being in the 2013/14 season, where Manchester City finished two points clear at the top.

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