Manchester United are now gearing up for their biggest test under Solskjaer, with the Red Devils set to take on Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 of the Champions League at Old Trafford on Tuesday night. In France, you can not speak bad things about PSG because they are a fantastic team. "We play attacking football - it's in our DNA", he said.
"He has wonderful qualities, he can do a lot of things, extremely strong, with the ball at his feet, he's very good and very strong in challenges and one on ones, taking people on he's always capable of making a difference and I think in my opinion he's always risky offensively with Martial, they're a very unsafe pairing. They will both be missed, but we should not dwell on our absentees - we must focus". "I am a different player to Neymar, and we will certainly miss him. It wasn't the best period of my career, or they didn't let me have my best time there", Di Maria said in a recent interview with radio station France Bleu.
But, like so many others, compatriot Paul Pogba included, Martial has been liberated by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and there is finally hope that the 23-year-old is playing for a manager, and in a system, that can help him to realise the full extent of his vast potential.
"I think we started the year very well, not so well started in the Champions League but we put the situation right and we finished first of the group". They play with a lot of confidence.
"You can't just place all the burden on him but we're talking about Kylian Mbappé - he has his own qualities, it's not really his job to replace Cavani and Neymar, and he can't do all three things at the same time", said Tuchel. We're confident and we're looking like a team. We're here to score goals. Obviously we're missing a couple of key players, but I don't know if it's the right time to change our ID.
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The Chelsea manager oversaw a training session at Cobham on Monday that consisted of players that didn't start the game against City .
"I'd love to have a good answer but I'm not sure it's on me to talk about the situation".
"Over 180 minutes, I'd say it's a 50-50 game".
The Norwegian is yet to suffer defeat in the Old Trafford hot-seat.
Draxler does not consider either side to be favourites but is confident PSG will be able to overturn any negative result in the second leg at Parc des Princes on March 6. "It's a close game".