'One day it [the media] says that I'm going to sign a five-year contract, £1bn per season, and then the next day you say that I'm leaving and I'm going to Paris St-Germain.
"Obviously they haven't got off to such a good start in the Champions League but when Man United turn up it's going to be a different story and we feel it's going to be a tough game".
"If, in this moment, I want to finish in two, three, four or five years, I would say yes, my ambition would be to end my career at Manchester United".
"You know I read something but there is a bit contradiction there because he [Lovren] says let's move on and forget what happened, but then he spends 10 minutes about what he thinks happened and didn't happen", he said.
"Manchester United left Anfield with a point at the weekend and, after producing another staunch rear-guard performance in the Premier League, should do likewise to gain a result in the Champions League", Owen told Metro.
"Nothing is happening, I'm not signing a new five-year contract, I'm at Manchester United, I have a contract and that's it. I have a contract and that's it".
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"I think I'm going to be here in football for 15 years, minimum, and I think it is impossible to stay 17 years at the same club, even if you want, even if you try".
"I am not in the conditions to answer for that - I have a contract and that is it". "At Benfica, I learnt a lot about football and about the pressure of playing for a big club, because they are one of the best clubs in Europe".
"Yes it's true that I haven't signed a new contract; but I'm also not thinking about leaving either".
United sit top of their qualifying group with two wins out of two.
Benfica, in contrast, have lost their opening two games, including a 5-0 defeat to Basel last month.