Sunk cost of Sanchez holding Man United back

Sunk cost of Sanchez holding Man United back

Alexis Sanchez was named among Manchester United's travelling contingent as they bid to overturn a 1-0 deficit in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona (live on RTÉ2). "He is one of the best goalkeepers in the world right now", said Ter Stegen.

"We go there confident but if we're going to win it's probably going to be different to how we did it in Paris". Tomorrow is a tough day for everyone, for me and him, and he has the same objective as me, to get a clean sheet. "If we give players like (Luis) Suarez, (Philippe) Coutinho, (Lionel) Messi, or (Arturo) Vidal time on the ball, they can hurt you".

"I'll have my last little gut feeling on who to play".

Earlier, reported that Barcelona are one leg through to the semifinals of this season's Champions League following their slim victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The return of Alexis Sanchez will most definitely be a boost for Man United but we do not expect the Chilean to start the game for two main reasons.

"In football, you know anything could happen", Solskjaer noted.

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"For us now we need to forget about the past".

"That memory of PSG will help the players, "Solskjaer told reporters in his press conference on Monday".

A run of four defeats and two highly unconvincing 2-1 home wins over Watford and West Ham since United stunned Paris Saint-Germain with a 3-1 win in the French capital to make the last eight has laid bare how much surgery is needed on Solskjaer's squad, even if they hold onto De Gea and Pogba.

"Maybe teams are more open against us [when they are at home]", Solskjær said.

"We have beaten some good teams away from home this year, and played against some great players". "He has been injured and has not had a fantastic season so far so let's hope that he can end it well because we're at the business end of the season now".

It's claimed the boos received last midweek show the Premier League club's supporters do not forget the player's past connection with Liverpool, while he is also unwilling to tarnish his reputation among Reds by joining his former employer's arch-rivals.

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