Manchester United set to rotate heavily for Valencia Champions League trip

Manchester United set to rotate heavily for Valencia Champions League trip

Manchester United set to rotate heavily for Valencia Champions League trip

United manager Jose Mourinho has already confirmed that Paul Pogba will start in midfield and the Frenchman will be keen to prove his worth before the Liverpool game this weekend. Chelsea and Arsenal, in fourth and fifth place respectively, are still eight points ahead of United.

Manchester United "s stars have turned up to training at Carrington as they prepare for their game against Fulham". 'For sure we will get there.

"We tried to do something we did well, which was to stop a fast team on the counter-attack".

Mourinho's fighting talk came just minutes after he celebrated Fellaini's victor by picking up a water carrier full of bottles before smashing them to the ground.

In November, German magazine Der Spiegel said the Premier League champions had broken rules that dictate how much money owners can put into a club, having purportedly obtained documents from the whistleblowing outlet Football Leaks.

'I'm nearly siding with him because I don't think the way the team plays or the way the manager manages him is conducive to getting the best out of him'.

Sergio Romero starts between the sticks for United in just his second senior appearance of the season, and his first in Europe since previous year.

As a result, Mourinho has finally been given the green light to bring in yet another centre-back to shore up the Manchester United defence. I remember when he first signed they were trying all kinds of midfielders in and around him trying to get the best out of him. Therefore, I believe he'll turn to his old faithful, Marouane Fellaini. As long as the coach needs me, I will be ready for him.

'There were no nerves. I think these are all legitimate areas to look into. My teammates have helped me to be like that. For me the biggest club in the world, always has been always will be.

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 answer is none - the top ten are exactly the same, albeit in a different order.

Two thousand fans will travel to the superb, towering 53,000-capacity Mestalla stadium, each paying €85 for the privilege of watching what is a largely meaningless game. I need to enjoy this kind of game.

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