Manchester United vs Barcelona preview – team news, press conference quotes and more!

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Who could feature for United against Barcelona?

Our new permanent manager confirmed that Nemanja Matic, who was an unused substitute against Wolverhampton Wanderers, could feature against Barcelona.

However, Ander Herrera, who was also absent against Wolves, will likely miss this game as well, as will long term absentees Antonio Valencia and Eric Bailly.

Solskjaer also provided an update on Marcus Rashford, who missed last week’s fixture after injuring his ankle, revealing that he has since returned to training and could be ready in time for Wednesday’s clash.

Despite domestic suspensions ruling them out of United’s next Premier League clash against West Ham United, Luke Shaw and Ashley Young will be available to face Barcelona.