He has not played since Dec 26.
United We Stand Editor Andy Mitten joined OTBAM this morning to discuss Manchester United's 2-1 win over Liverpool on Saturday afternoon, claiming Jose Mourinho's side's victory shows they're gaining consistency that has been missing this season.
"What he was saying was [it is] not good for Marcus Rashford to have a coach like me because the most important thing for me is to win". With some improvement - United on offense, Liverpool on defense - they should be able to mount better title challenges next season. But I think when a team arrives in the last eight, anything can happen. After a run of poor games, his boss Mourinho wasn't reluctant to bench him despite him being the most expensive Manchester United player ever.
Carrick underwent a procedure earlier in the season to treat an irregular heart rhythm.
"There comes a time when your body tells you it is time to stop". Once the two-goal advantage was reached, there was no coming back for Vincenzo Montella's side. I reckon he would have got a penalty, but that is not the way Klopp has his players thinking.
"It's kind of being sorted out, we're still talking about it to be honest". Four goals in the Champions League and 14 in the Premier League has been enough to get the Red Devils this far, but he may need to step it up should his side progress further into the competition.
United head in to the second leg having drawn the first leg 0-0 in Spain so Mourinho will be confident of getting the job done on home soil to book their place in t he quarter finals of the Champions League.
Rashford boosted his chances of earning another start against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday - the first leg of the last-16 tie finished 0-0 - but he said he was doing most of his learning on the training pitch.
De Boer, though, suggested after the game that Rashford would be better off playing under a manager other than Mourinho. Alexis Sanchez had been underwhelming on the left anyway so Mourinho may consider utilising the Chilean more centrally again and allowing Rashford, a player surely imbued with confidence, to slot in on the left once more. But the Portuguese disputes the idea that Rashford is being held back under his charge.
Therefore, Jose would desperately be looking for a return of as many now injured players as early as the FA Cup clash against Brighton on Sunday.
"I want to praise every player but Marouane Fellaini had to go to knee surgery", Mourinho said.
"Marcus is having these experiences".
"For me, the performance is globality and I'm really happy with Marcus".