Manchester United’s current manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has completely turned the club’s fortunes around.
The Baby Faced Assassin has United playing the way that they should and it’s brilliant to see.
With the Premier League looking out of reach, perhaps United’s best chance at a trophy is the Champions League. However, standing is the way is none other than Paris Saint-Germain.
The Ligue 1 giants have been in imperious form this season and no doubt the two legs against them will be extremely tough.
However, United could have just received a minor boost, with PSG sweating on the fitness of their key midfielder, Marco Verratti.
That’s according to Ligue1.com, who say that Verratti has suffered a ‘very serious’ ankle problem and is now a doubt to play in the game at Old Trafford next month.
While I wouldn’t wish injury on anyone, I’ll take any boost we can get. PSG are a world-class outfit with wonderful players all over the park. This just gives Soslkjaer one less problem to worry about.
Hopefully, Old Trafford is rocking that night and we get one of those famous atmospheres that’ll help roar us on to a massive victory and a place in the quarter-final.