Manchester United are back on the training ground ahead of tomorrow night’s Champions League dead rubber against Valencia.
The match could offer some rarely-seen faces the opportunity to play but while we wait to see the team Jose Mourinho can come up with, we’ve collated all the United news from the last 24 hours so you don’t miss anything…

Lukaku’s frank admission

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Romelu Lukaku has been in horrendous form this season and has said he feels the reason is he let himself get too big, while United legend Gary Neville has questioned how it can get to that point.

Neville also feels that Paul Pogba’s recent absence from the side is not a reflection on his quality as a player, but his poor relationship with Jose Mourinho.
Elsewhere, former United Head of Youth Player Development Derek Langley has
revealed that United passed on the opportunity to sign Ajax wonderkids Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt when they were younger; the duo are now among Europe’s most highly sought-after young talent.

January plans

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A report by Italian outlet Gazzetta Dello Sport claims that Marcus Rashford is set to be installed as AC Milan’s new top striking January target after they ruled out a return for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Meanwhile, Metro claim that United are ‘determined’ to force themselves ahead of bitter rivals Manchester City for Tanguy Ndombele, who has impressed twice against the reigning champions this season.

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