MANCHESTER UNITED learned they will face Derby County, after the Rams beat Northampton Town in their FA Cup fourth round replay.
Among the scorers was former Red Devil Wayne Rooney, who looks likely to face his old club.
Meanwhile, new signing Odion Ighalo finally arrived at Old Trafford after been kept in China.
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Wayne Rooney will face his old team after helping Derby County ease past Northampton Town in their FA Cup fourth round replay.
The victory will see Manchester United travel to Pride Park where the former Red Devils forward is a player/coach for the Rams.
It will be only Rooney's third match against his old club since leaving in 2017, having spent time at Everton and DC United before moving to Derby in January.
He is already proving a hit at Pride Park, having netted three goals in eight matches.
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Nemanja Matic was reportedly offered to AC Milan for a January switch from Manchester United – but turned it down.
Calciomercato say that the Serie A side want to focus their investments elsewhere.
But Matic's career at Old Trafford appears to be over with his contract up in the summer.
Why didn't Manchester United look to sign Nuno Espirito Santo when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was hired as manager?
That's the question Paul Merson is asking with the ex-Arsenal star lauding the Wolves boss' talents.
He wrote for Sky Sports: “This manager does not get the credit he deserves, I think he is up there with the best in the business.
“When you talk about Man Utd looking at managers, I am thinking: 'How are you not getting this man?' This bloke is as good as anybody, I think he is one of the top managers in the world of football in my opinion.”
Stars of Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all trained at the same sprawling Dubai sports complex during the Premier League winter break.
Players such as Callum Hudson-Odoi, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, David Luiz, Jesse Lingard, Luke Shaw and Diogo Dalot were all seen enjoying the sun in the Middle East.
But it was soon time to get to work as United, Chelsea and Arsenal all trained at the The Nad Al Sheba sports complex in Dubia.
The Complex has become the go-to venue for clubs and athletes looking for some winter sun.
Cristiano Ronaldo was a visitor in the past, Patrice Evra is a regular and Alex-Oxlade-Chamberlain, Virgil van Dijk, Novak Djokovic and Olympic gold medallist Greg Rutherford have all used the facility for injury recovery.
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News from Portugal on exactly how Bruno Fernandes felt about his debut on the weekend.
The midfielder played the full 90 minutes and picked up a yellow card as United drew 0-0 with Wolves.
Fernandes was happy with his outing, newspaper Record stating the ex-Sporting Lisbon ace was 'absolutely delighted' by his display.
They also state that he was left surprised by the 'rhythm and intensity' of English football.