Manchester United are looking forward to picking three points against rivals Manchester City at the Old Trafford today. Erik ten Hag suffered a 6-3 defeat to Pep side previously in the reverse fixture and the red's will be looking to take revenge.
However as for yesterday the red side of Manchester made a huge move to sign on loan Wout Weghorst from Besiktas. The latter has made United to part with £2.5m as fee.
They will pay his wages until the end of the season as per the report by Sunsport. However Manchester evening news claim that the Erik ten Hag side will unfortunately not have the services of Wout in this fixture.
Erik ten Hag, "He won’t be available for tomorrow [vs City]. Weghorst was not even available in the last weeks so it would be a bonus if he was. But we also won a lot of games without Anthony Martial."
Manchester United lost Cristiano Ronaldo in January to the Al Nasser side after an interview on how the club is going forward as per Sunsport report. The club are looking for lethal striker to help Rashford and Martial on scoring goals.
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