Manchester United told they've not done enough to win the Premier League

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Manchester United did fail in their attempt to mount a serious title challenge but they still managed to win the League Cup for a fifth time, as well as winning the Uefa Europa League for the first time in their history, thus guaranteeing Champions League qualification despite finishing sixth in the league.

Any involvement for the duo will put them at risk of injury and potentially tire them ahead of the Premier League clash six days later.

Such a request, if granted, would play in Manchester United's favour with the young striker being fresher for the game at Anfield the following weekend.

Nemanja Matic has impressed for Manchester United since making a £40 million move, but has warned the club's rivals that there is still more to come.

Anthony Martial looks a player reborn and despite not being a regular starter, the 21-year-old, when he is called upon, absolutely terrifies defenders, constantly leaving them in his wake as he deftly manoeuvres into the opposition box and consistently creates chances.

"We have to wait for them", Mourinho concluded.

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The two sat together and took in a match of the wheelchair tennis between Australia and New Zealand at the small venue. They discussed the games, their families and ribbed each other about which team would come out ahead, Grisham said.

Arsenal haven't won the Premier League title since 2003-04 but the Gunners finished in second place in the table but 10 points behind Leicester City in 2016. And with the lone loss to Real Madrid as the only blemish on the season so far, I don't think any of the Old Trafford faithful can find room to complain. "It is going to be hard but that's why we are here".

United will return to action after the worldwide break with a stern test of their credentials, with Mourinho's men due at Anfield on October 14 to face old adversaries Liverpool.

The issue has been simmering for years and former Liverpool CEO Ian Ayre has led calls for clubs to be able to sell their foreign rights on an individual basis which would allow the big ones to cash in more on their global marketability.

Valencia has been consistently one of United's best-performing stars over the past few seasons.

A spokesman said: "Premier League clubs today met and discussed the future development of the League".

The question of who has the upper hand right now between the two Manchester clubs is no doubt answered by the fact that United are yet to be properly tested, and also the fact that City have been tested, and have come away unscathed.

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