Jose Mourinho provides vital Manchester United injury update

Rooney, the club's most successful youth product this century, marked his unofficial second debut earlier this week against Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia with a stunning long-range effort, reminiscent of his first goal for the Toffees against Arsenal in 2002.

The deal seems very unlikely to happen, as the Red Devils now have sufficient depth in their defense.

United signed both Lindelof and Lukaku for a combined fee of £100 million but Mourinho is not satisfied with moves for Ivan Perisic and Nemanja Matic set to be completed.

Notes: Victor Lindelof, who expects to partner with Eric Bailly in the Manchester United back four, also made his Manchester United debut on the night, as the Swede played the final 45 minutes.

What will prove to be intriguing in Utah is whether Mourinho persists with a 3-5-2.

Phil Jones made 17 starts in the league in 2016/17, and barring a brief period between November and January when he excelled at the heart of United's back four with Argentine Marcos Rojo, the English global found himself injured for the second time only to be sidelined for seven games in April, returning to the squad for the last four fixtures - of which United only won one, on the final day.

In the 88th minute though, an LA Galaxy corner led to a headed goal by Dave Romney that caught Dos Santos on the way in to make the score 5-2 in favor of the visitors from Manchester.

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Marouane Fellaini added to the scoring in the 26th minute when Lingard did great work on the touchline to create his own space.

First half: De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Blind, Carrick, Herrera, Fellaini, Lingard, Mata, Rashford.

Prior to that, the free-running Rashford had simply concentrated on loitering on the shoulder of Galaxy's centre-halves and profited handsomely. The pattern merely continued of the wing-backs regularly hitting the by-line and United profiting on Galaxy clangers.

Then Martial got on the scoresheet himself in the 72nd minute after Timothy Fosu Mensah pulled the ball back from the byline.

The goal which Lukaku coveted eluded him after that.

The first goal of the second half finally arrived through Mkhitaryan, who side-footed a strike past Rowe after an Anthony Martial pass. We are not happy with just Lukaku and Lindelof.