Paul Pogba will begin on Wednesday as Jose Mourinho rotates the Manchester United squad in opposition to Valencia within the Champions League.
The midfielder has spent the final two matches on the bench, and Mourinho needs to see a response from the World Cup winner.
“I am on the lookout for him to play properly and to have a great impression within the sport and a great impression within the staff – a staff with many gamers that do not have many miles on their legs,” he stated.
“A staff with some gamers that aren’t enjoying quite a bit, so I hope that individuals like Paul and a few others which might be usually within the staff they usually have that variety of miles that gamers have to be at that prime stage, I hope he can have a great impression on the staff.”
Mourinho bristled when quizzed on why he has not been capable of get the most effective out of Pogba.
“I do not suppose your query goes within the route of what I wish to reply or pay attention (to),” Mourinho stated. “I do not like your query.
“You may put the query from one other route, I do not just like the route.”
David De Gea and Nemanja Matic seem to have been rested for the Group H match, whereas Luke Shaw, Anthony Martial, Matteo Darmian and Chris Smalling weren’t seen on the flight to Spain.
Mason Greenwood and James Garner, each 17, have been included within the travelling celebration, whereas Pogba, Sergio Romero and Andreas Pereira are set to be among the many starters as Victor Lindelof (groin) and Alexis Sanchez (hamstring) stay sidelined.
Predicted XI: Romero, Valencia, Bailly, Jones, Rojo; Fred, Pereira, Pogba; Mata, Lukaku, Lingard