Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson has called for Manchester United to finish the season strongly and secure qualification for the Europa League, according to the Mirror.
The reigning Premier League champions sit eighteen points behind league leaders Chelsea after Tuesday evening’s 3-0 home defeat to neighbours Manchester City.
Juan Mata believes that Manchester United still have the ability to sign the world’s best talent, according to the Daily Star.
The Spain international became the clubs all time record signing when he completed a £37.1m move from Chelsea during the January transfer window, and is confident that players of his calibre can follow him into Old Trafford.
The Mirror understands that Adnan Januzaj is ready to commit his international future to England.
The eighteen year old has the option to play for a number of countries including Belgium, Turkey and Serbia, while Kosovo are another option, should they be granted recognition by FIFA.
Manchester United have moved to with eight points of leaders Arsenal after beating West Ham United 3-1 at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon.
Danny Welbeck put the hosts in front on twenty-six minutes with his first home goal in over a year, before Adnan Januzaj doubled their advantage ten minutes later.
Manchester United are set to welcome back Robin van Persie for tomorrow’s visit of Stoke City, after the striker sat out of Wednesday’s win over Real Sociedad in a bid to recover from toe and groin problems.
Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck could also return after recovering from their respective injuries.
Central defensive duo Rio Ferdinad and Nemanja Vidic are both doubtful for this evening’s visit of Real Sociedad.
Both missed the 1-1 draw with Southampton at the weekend with minor knocks, with Phil Jones and Jonny Evans deputising.
Tom Cleverley may also miss out as he struggles to recover from a calf injury, while Danny Welbeck missed the final training session ahead of the game.
However, the club have been boosted by the availability of midfielder Adnan Januzaj, who has been added to the Champions League squad as a home grown player having missed the win over Bayer Leverkusen and draw at Shakhtar Donetsk.
Three points here would see David Moyes’ men strengthen their position at the top of Group A ahead of the return match in Sociedad in a fortnight’s time.
Elsewhere, Darren Fletcher has returned to training, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The Scotland international has played just thirteen times since being diagnosed with a chronic bowel condition in December 2011, with his last game coming in the 4-3 win over Newcastle United on Boxing Day last year.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has also hinted that he may be nearing an international recall, after revealing that he had a positive phone conversation with the 29 year old.
A late equaliser from Adam Lallana denied Manchester United all three points at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, as the champions drew 1-1 with in form Southampton.
Robin Van Persie put the hosts ahead on twenty-six minutes, only for Lallana to steal in and give his side a share of the spoils a minute from time.
Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley will be assessed ahead of tomorrow afternoon’s match with Southampton.
The 24 year old was forced to withdraw from international duty with a calf injury, but may be fit in time to feature at Old Trafford.
Barcelona have joined the race to sign Manchester United sensation Adnan Januzaj, the Mail Online understands.
The eighteen year old, whose stunning match winning double secured a first win in three Premier League games for the champions, will be out of contract at the end of the season and a number of clubs are said to be monitoring his situation.
Adnan Januzaj inspired Manchester United to a come-from-behind victory at bottom of the league Sunderland on Saturday to save the club from suffering a third straight league defeat.
The 18 year old scored two outstanding goals to give David Moyes’ men all three points, and fire them into the top half of the table.