Manchester United players looked relaxed and fired up ahead of a crucial showdown against Villarreal.
United will be hoping to earn revenge against Unai Emery's men for beating them in the Champions League final.
A defeat for Man United, would only add pressure to Soleskjaer as United are yet to win a single Champions League game.
In Man United's final training session, United centre back Eric Bailly seemed to want to connect with Ronaldo.
However, the Portuguese superstar only smiled at the center back without talking much, as he quickened his pace.
Bailly on the other hand kept talking until it seemed like he was talking to himself.
Bailly may not have built up a connection with Ronaldo yet, but his connection with Bruno Fernandes on the other hand seemed to be intact.
This was after the Portugal superstar pushed Bailly to the ground as the centre back tied his shoes.
Bruno is set to captain United against Villarreal, with Maguire injured, just like he did in the Europa League final.
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