Pogba misses training ahead of Sevilla tie


That team news will be out at 18:45GMT, so stick with us until then, and beyond, for build-up and then live updates from Old Trafford as Mourinho looks to guide United into the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in three years.

Ander Herrera would happily concede the Premier League title to Manchester City in exchange for Champions League glory at Manchester United.

The 24-year-old missed Saturday's 2-1 win against bitter rivals Liverpool with an injury sustained on the eve of the game. The injury? It was contact with a player in the last minute of the training session (on Friday).

Conceding defeat in pursuit of that prize is not easy for United, but Jose Mourinho's side do have other avenues to silverware open to them.

He said, "I don't know". There were, however, wins against both Malaga and Athletic Bilbao in between that sandiwch of defeats.

"Not looking past tomorrow night, but for seasons ahead now I think as a squad we need to develop, we need to be constantly in this position and expect it of ourselves and keep them standards high".

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He was upset with a player and the same happened to me against Crystal Palace, where I was upset with my player and therefore they [the officials] understood that too.

Meanwhile, Sevilla have been more inconsistent in recent weeks. "I would sign right now to draw 1-1 at Manchester". "He put in a great performance in the first leg and it would be great to put in a repeat for us".

As things stand after a tiresome affair in the first leg, it's 0-0, with no away goal for United in Spain, and Sevilla failing to capitalise on their home advantage.

Carrick revealed this at a press conference at Old Trafford on Monday while previewing the second-leg round of 16 UEFA Champions League clash against Sevilla.

"If we go through to the quarter-final draw, doesn't matter the opponent, will always be one of the big names in European football but we will try".