Manchester United are looking forward to welcoming Pep side at the Old Trafford tomorrow in a tough Premier League game. A match which the red's of Manchester are expected to win so as to somehow offer revenge after previous fixture saw the City side pick a 6-3 victory at the Etihad Stadium.
Meanwhile Erik ten Hag has confirmed Donny Van de Beek will as well miss out on this fixture due to a knee injury. His then as well expected to be back with the first team at least next time when Erik ten Hag side will be preparing for next season in a pre-season games as per Sunsport report.
However on the last defeat to Manchester City and ahead of the next encounter Erik ten Hag said, "It was a lesson, we took the lesson and from that point on we have made huge progress so we have to continue the progress,' Ten Hag said of the teams' last meeting.
'That game was a setback, we can all find reasons why but it is always about having to act, to deliver. As a manager, a coach, you have to go through certain steps, you need a clear philosophy, a clear point where you want to go… a direction.
'Then it is about development and that is what we did but like many things in life, and particularly football, there is never an end point."concluded the Manchester United manager in his pre- match press conference today as per Daily Mail report.
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