Manchester United are finally up and running in Europe - at the third time of asking.
The Red Devils headed into Tuesday night's match against FC Copenhagen in desperate need of a win after losing their opening two Champions League group games at the hands of Bayern Munich and Galatasaray respectively. And fortunately for Erik ten Hag, Harry Maguire struck in the second-half to give United a priceless victory.
With United finally off the mark in Group A, focus will now turn back to the Premier League, with the Manchester derby on the horizon. Here, Mirror Football rounds up all the latest news from in and around Old Trafford ahead of Sunday's huge clash against Manchester City...
Ratcliffe sent message over Ten Hag
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes believes Erik ten Hag has done a good job and hopes that the Dutchman will be backed by Ineos chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe if his offer for a minority stake in the club is ratified in the coming weeks.
Ratcliffe has tabled a proposal worth £1.4 billion for 25 per cent of United and is expected to be granted control of sporting matters by the Glazers once the formalities of a deal are concluded.
There has been speculation that Ineos could embark on an overhaul behind the scenes in the coming weeks, although it is anticipated Ten Hag will remain in his post - something that Scholes hopes will be the case.
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Mbappe's mum makes admission
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Kylian Mbappe's mother, Fayza Lamari, has revealed that her son used to own Manchester United shirts with Cristiano Ronaldo's name on the back.
The coveted French striker, who is currently on the books at Paris Saint-Germain, has been linked with a whole host of Europe's top clubs down the years, including United.
And with his long-term future once again uncertain, Lamari has fuelled speculation by revealing that Mbappe had a whole host of European club's jerseys in his youth, including that of United and PSG's midweek opponents, AC Milan.
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Hojlund opens up on Man Utd start
Rasmus Hojlund is adamant that there is plenty more to come from him in the wake of his indifferent start to life at Old Trafford.
The Denmark international has plundered three goals in as many games in the Champions League but is still yet to get off the mark domestically ahead of this weekend's mouthwatering Manchester derby.
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And while Hojlund has branded his United career so far as "alright", he stressed that he is capable of achieving much more in the coming months and years.
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