Publicado: Mar, Abril 16, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Will Solskjaer make a surprise inclusion to his starting XI vs Barcelona?

Will Solskjaer make a surprise inclusion to his starting XI vs Barcelona?

Manchester United travel to Barcelona tomorrow needing another miraculous Champions League fightback from a 1-0 first-leg defeat on home soil to make the semi-finals. "That's why the best strikers are the most expensive ones".

"Sometimes people have said to me it has to be our year because of 20 years ago and being back at the Nou Camp but to go through, we have to perform and have to deserve it".

'We will be true to our style but we are also aware of what they have in attack and the game can't become you attack us, we attack you.

"I'll have my last little gut feeling on who to play. We have to be fitter and keep going".

Just like in the 1999 final, United are a goal down at the Camp Nou after Luke Shaw's own goal settled the first leg at Old Trafford.

"Games are decided on mentality and that changed their mentality: they started worrying".

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United must come from a goal down in the second leg of their Uefa Champions League tie with the La Liga leaders and beat a side who have won 27 of their past 30 home games in the competition. "If we get the first goal it would be so important".

It may also be one that helps United seek a buyer for a player who, at nearly £500,000 a week, they are keen to offload but who has few suitors.

Asked if the prospect facing his current side on Tuesday was more hard, Solskjaer said: "In football, anything can happen".

'We don't want them to score but our game plan as always will be to try to score, anything else would be absurd'.

"We have one of the best goalkeepers in the world", said the Norwegian, but De Gea's future is far from certain as he holds out for a pay packet at least on par with Sanchez with his current contract set to expire in 2020. "They say "it was the best night of my life but don't tell my wife" - that kind of thing". "Let's hope Alexis when he's on the pitch can be happy and can feature in the business end of the season".

It's claimed the boos received last midweek show the Premier League club's supporters do not forget the player's past connection with Liverpool, while he is also unwilling to tarnish his reputation among Reds by joining his former employer's arch-rivals.

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