Marcus Rashford: Paul Pogba will be "massive miss"

Marcus Rashford: Paul Pogba will be

Marcus Rashford: Paul Pogba will be "massive miss"

The Reds' no.27, who returned to action after recovering from a calf injury, replaced captain-for-the-night Paul Pogba after the Frenchman went off injured in the first half.

And Rashford believes United will understandably miss Pogba in midfield, but feels Mourinho has enough strength in depth to cope without him.

"I don't know (what the severity is)", Mourinho told MUTV, the club's in-house television station.

Marouane Fellaini, Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford netted as United ran out comfortable 3-0 victors in Tuesday's Group A opener at home to Basle.

"Because I know that his desire is to improve quicker".

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"It looks for me too (like a hamstring injury) but I haven't spoken yet to the medical department".

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he is "disappointed" with Andreas Pereira's decision to join Valencia on loan on deadline day.

Asked if smaller sides were getting weaker and the big teams more powerful, Mourinho added: I think the Champions League for these teams you speak about and for the Real Madrids, and the Barcelonas, and Bayerns, I think the Champions League starts in February. "So if no Paul for Sunday, we have [Ander] Herrera, we have [Michael] Carrick, we have [Marouane] Fellaini and we have [Nemanja] Matic". "But was his decision, I opened the door, he has a long-term contract, we have the option to bring him back on January 1, so is not a drama but is a decision which disappoints me a little bit".

Mourinho has noted a tactical shift in the Premier League this season and believers Lindelof's ability on the ball will be vital in breaking down stubborn opponents, intent on nullifying United's more creative players.

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