Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Rio Ferdinand sends message to Man United about Marcus Rashford

Rio Ferdinand sends message to Man United about Marcus Rashford

Marouane Fellaini and Antonio Valencia, who have both missed the last five games through injury, took part in the session.

Sure, in continental competition the Bianconeri boast an unblemished defensive return, but Manchester United should be encouraged by Juve's recent displays. For me, it's not changed, I don't regret it at all.

The pool of players Sir Alex has the ability to pick from him for a United XI is quite frightening, given his longevity in the job and the fact he was renowned for being able to rebuild his team so impressively over the years.

"We must do better defensively in our own half". "The press say we have a bad relationship but some months ago Paul said we have a typical coach and player relationship - I think we have a good relationship between a coach and a football player".

Lukaku has not travelled to Italy due to a "muscle, tendon" issue that leads manager Mourinho to fear the striker could also absent for the Manchester derby on Sunday, live on Sky Sports.

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'But I don't know what it is. "I'm still playing and I'm really happy to play", he said. They have won two of their last three matches following a 2-0 defeat at Inter Milan on September 29. "Do I look sad?"

"I have to wait until Monday", said the Portuguese after Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford struck in Lukaku's absence at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday. "I can not find the word in English, but let's see what happens".

Paulo Dybala is a player I've always liked, and played well at Old Trafford and with him and Ronaldo around I genuinely don't see Manchester United getting anything from this trip at all.

"So I'm not suggesting United go hell for leather at them, throwing caution to the wind".

Even most of his biggest admirers admit the four-time Serie A victor still has a lot to learn, but there were huge positives to take from this weekend's display. "We must try to secure our place in the next round on Wednesday and then end this run of matches with a good result at AC Milan before the break", he asserted. "But it doesn't matter what happens here or in Valencia - there are two more matches to play and we can still qualify".

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