'It's not a surprise Real Madrid are out of the Champions League'

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The centre-back pointed to the fact that several of the Barcelona players have won the tournament before and insisted that they're not motivated by what Los Blancos have achieved.

"Paul is looking forward to tomorrow", Solskjaer told reporters ahead of United's quarter final clash with Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday. "They have some fast players and they can make us suffer in certain areas".

"To compare the titles won is something for you all to do". As soon as it came out, we were all happy. "There's a lot of excitement".

"Champions League is possible and we can go on to win it".

Even though the former Everton striker is the Red Devils' leading scorer, it's the 21-year-old who has the most respect from United's next opposition.

While United have been scrambling for results and not playing with any recognisable style, Barca have been the opposite. "Players have talked about it - how we got dragged into making fouls".

"It's a special game for me", he explained.

"He helped me a lot in my adaptation to the club and country".

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"It was a great experience to train alongside him", Pique remembered.

I think Scott McTominay could do the job. They have strong, quick players on the break: [Romelu] Lukaku and [Marcus] Rashford.

They say that football can't buy you happiness, although I'd love to try that theory out by winning the £67 million + that tonight's Euromillions guarantees after a few rollovers, and it doesn't necessarily buy you success on the football pitch either.

Ajax's midfield sensation Frenkie de Jong has continued to impress the footballing world with his remarkable performances not only in the Eredivisie but also in the Champions League this season.

The two ways I think United can hurt their opponents are with their pace on the break - Barcelona are susceptible to being surprised with a counter-attack - and at set-pieces.

"They consider the Premier League the same as the Champions League here - if not more important - and since the Ferguson era they've been the biggest team and will keep on being the biggest team".

Following their victory over Atletico Madrid, the league seems more or less sealed and Ernesto Valverde's side can now exclusively focus on the European competition.

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