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Mourinho: Gap Between United And Madrid Is A Lot

Mourinho: Gap Between United And Madrid Is A Lot

"We are working for the Super Cup and it is our first objective", he told United's official website. However, two weeks into the plan, some players should already start to look faster and fresher, or at least that is what the fitness team expects. I keep saying that.

After a long break, the season starts on Tuesday, with proper silverware involved. "But if he plays tomorrow, that is the best confirmation that he is wanted by the team". "Many things have happened and there has been a lot of noise as usual, but he is calm".

Dundee also host neighbours Dundee United in a repeat of last month's group stage match.

Suited and booted for the trip to Macedonia, he captioned a picture of himself sating he was "looking good", as he walked through Madrid airport with his team-mates.

According to the source, the annual clash between the winners of the Europa League and Champions League pits Jose Mourinho's men against Zinedine Zidane's side will take place at the 33,460-capacity Philip II Arena.

"There was an opportunity [to join United] in the past but eventually my situation was resolved in a different manner", he added. We want, sooner rather than later, to be where Real Madrid were last season, which is in the Champions League final. "It has always been that way and it will always be that way".

"One coach is not necessarily better than another". But he, too, was named in their squad which flew east on Monday.

Uefa's match delegate will gauge the temperature at the stadium 90 minutes before kick-off and if it exceeds 32C, he will implement two "cooling breaks" at the 30 and 75-minute marks.

Left-back Luke Shaw remains on the sidelines as he continues to recover from a foot injury while Ashley Young is also still nursing a hamstring problem.

"But I think, even for them, it has to be a little bit hard". They play Real in European Super Cup final onTuesday. "Hopefully this time we can do it".

Manchester United full-back Antonio Valencia has his eyes set on winning the Super Cup next Tuesday, when United will face Real Madrid.

"We are taking it very seriously".