GOOD MORNING RED DEVILS FANS
Manchester United face Granada tonight in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final tie.
The Red Devils are 2-0 up from the first encounter.
And they are set to ring the changes with Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay all suspended.
Axel Tuanzebe is in line for a rare start, while teenager Will Fish will be on the bench.
Meanwhile, Declan Rice sounded out Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw on what it is like at Manchester United while away with England, according to reports.
The Manchester Evening News reports Rice, 22, asked his England pals some questions about aspects of life at Old Trafford during the international break last month as he contemplates his future.
A number of United players are thought to be very popular within the England group and club chiefs may hope that senior stars could help swing a deal.
United are said to have been monitoring his progress for over two years as they look to land a young defensive midfielder.
The report states the club believe Rice – who can also slot in at centre-back – could develop into more of a box-to-box style player at United.
Finally, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has blamed Old Trafford’s red banners for Manchester United’s erratic home form – after his players complained the colour was too distracting.
He said: “You’ll see a change now. If you see the banners around the club it’s not red anymore.
“We’ve looked into this. There shouldn’t be a reason, really.
“But some of the players have mentioned that split-second decision you have to make where you look over your shoulder to see if your teammate is there or not and the red shirt is on a red background with red seats.
“So we’ve tried to change that, along with the anti-racism campaign.
“It was important that it wasn’t red anymore.”