Undervalued Manchester United winger Anthony Martial proving his worth

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Argentina legend Diego Maradona says he'd like to visit Manchester United in order to learn from manager Jose Mourinho, whom he describes as "the best manager in the world" ahead of Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

It remains to be seen if Arsenal fans would really be happy to have Sanchez back after the way be behaved with them last time, allowing his contract to run down.

The England worldwide came on as a substitute in Turin when United played Juventus in a Champions League group game recently, making a positive impact and helping United overturn a 1-0 deficit to emerge victorious.

The World Cup victor told Marca that Manchester United boss Mourinho was someone he would seek to learn from as he continues his own managerial stint at Mexican second-tier side Dorados. Sanchez is now stuck below both Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku in the Red Devils pecking order.

O'Neill said: "If he has committed himself to us now - as he has done - then we'll think about playing him in the game".

"We've still got a lot to work on, but on the whole we're doing well and the confidence is up".




That was construed by paranoid Hammers as further proof their new hero is growing fed up of the situation.

"It's a question for Jose Mourinho, where do Manchester United sit?" "But I have been back there a few times and I will be back over the Christmas period, at a game to watch them".

Rashford does not appear to be the only United player who Juventus are waiting in the wings for.

First capped in 2003, Rooney finishes his Three Lions career with 120 caps, the second-most in England history behind Peter Shilton's 125 and the most for an outfield player.

"We're the real United, also in the bad moments, because we have to recognise that we've had bad moments and we have to improve".

Valencia has missed the last seven games while Dalot, a summer signing from Porto, hasn't featured since the Carabao Cup defeat to Derby in September.

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