Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku misses training ahead of Juventus Champions League clash

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Martial is nearly guaranteed a start having scored five goals in his last five appearances.

Paul Pogba was "not disciplined enough to play central midfield" for Manchester United reserves during the early stages of his career, according to former Red Devils midfielder Darren Fletcher.

"Manchester United changed things and made substitutions, but I was pleased with my players attitudes to the game and they gave everything to the match".

The 29-year-old has compelled Jose Mourinho to leave him out of the starting eleven.

"When we make a defensive mistake, instead of forgetting and keeping playing, it is something that triggers instability".

"It looked like we don't work tactically during the week, which obviously is the worst feeling for me as we work so much that I expect my team to be really good".

"I am not confident", he told Sky Sports.

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"I don't even know their contracts in the sense of numbers and I'm really happy with that - to not have to participate in these types of discussions".

"A combination of the fact that we felt he had a little bit of ill-discipline in the middle of the park as more of a central midfielder".

"I want to help the club grow, as Atletico helped me grow".

The Belgian striker had been dropped the previous weekend for the win against Everton, with Jose Mourinho stating that Lukaku "is not showing lots of confidence" after a run of nine games without a goal.

Last season Eric Bailly was hyped as Manchester United's best centre back, but it hasn't been all plain sailing for the Ivory Coast defender this term. To have a top player like him is always a positive and it was a great achievement by the club to have signed him.

"When there are free kicks from far away, Ronaldo can kick them but we've decided that Dybala and Pjanic will take the set pieces close to the area".

'Tomorrow (Wednesday) is a big match but it's not a crucial match for us, ' said the United boss. "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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