Manchester United prepares for Sevilla without Pogba, Rojo, Herrera


Jose Mourinho has suggested Manchester United are far from the strongest side left in this season's Champions League - but insists: "Anything is possible".

The Red Devils head to Spain on Tuesday to face Sevilla in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League last 16 tie.

Mourinho described the 0-0 draw in the first leg as "not great but not bad" but United come into the game in good form after a morale-boosting fortnight in which they've beaten Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Liverpool.

"Do I have the ideal team for Champions League success? We don't know yet, but he trained a little bit after you left".

None of the five players were present in Saturday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool in the English Premier League (EPL), so their presence in the second leg clash appeared to be in doubt. A victory will be enough to secure United a place in the quarter finals, after Mourinho's side returned from the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium with a 0-0 draw in the reverse fixture.

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But some fans and pundits are not happy with the style of football Jose Mourinho is playing at Old Trafford. I don't know if he will be fit for tomorrow yet.' Mourinho told the media during a press conference.

Of course, the league titles races in England, France and Germany were all done and dusted by Christmas, with Italy's Serie A the only genuine title race among Europe's big hitting leagues.

Three-time European champions, United have made the Champions League quarter-finals just once in the past seven years.

Anthony Martial is also making the quad after being sidelined recently, however, Rashford's match-winning performance against Liverpool is likely to keep the Frenchman in the bench.