Manchester United will be targeting an immediate response when they travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham United on Sunday afternoon following Tuesday evening's 2-1 defeat to Young Boys.
United's 2021/22 UEFA Champions League campaign got off to the worst possible start against the Swiss outfit, squandering a one-goal lead against David Wagner's side after they netted a 95th minute winner.
Nevertheless, United can ill-afford to dwell too much on what happened in Switzerland, with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tasked with getting his players ready for the weekend's clash with the Hammers.
The clash with West Ham will see United looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League campaign and go in search of a third successive victory, following last Saturday's 4-1 win over Newcastle.
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Fernandes 'closing in on £250,000 per week' deal
Bruno Fernandes is closing in on signing a new five-year deal at Old Trafford which will be worth more than £250,000-a-week, according to The Sun.
It's said Fernandes has been 'in talks for months' and that's he now close to putting pen to paper. It's claimed his decision to stay at United was made easier by Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival.
The article reports Fernandes' new contract could be announced in the coming weeks.
Villarreal boss Emery sends warning to United
Villarreal boss Unai Emery has admitted he 'wouldn't rule out a surprise' from Manchester United's Champions League group.
United lost on penalties to Emery's Villarreal in the Europa League final in Gdansk last season and the two sides are set to rekindle their rivalry this term after being drawn in the same Champions League group stage in which the Reds were favourites to win.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side lost 2-1 to BSC Young Boys on Tuesday night after Aaron Wan-Bissaka's red card changed the complexion of that opening game, though, and that means the group is now 'complicated', according to former Arsenal manager Emery.
Click here to read what Emery had to say.
Young Boys defender praises United's Champions League tactics
BSC Young Boys' Sandro Lauper has claimed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactics made 'things difficult' in the Champions League.
Although Machester United opened the scoring in Switzerland through Cristiano Ronaldo on Tuesday night, the game's momentum shifted into the hosts' favour when Aaron Wan-Bissaka received a straight red card for a reckless challenge.
Young Boys eventually drew level and, while United initially held firm, they found a dramatic winner deep in stoppage time.
Solskjaer made multiple substitutions and tactical tweaks during that game, which some felt were too negative. But amidst the scrutiny the United boss has received for his decisions, Young Boys' Lauper has paid his tactics a compliment.
Read what Lauper said here.
Ferdinand reveals what Rooney is like as a manager
Rio Ferdinand has revealed Wayne Rooney is the 'total opposite' as a manager compared to his personality as a player.
Since leaving Manchester United four years ago, Rooney has enjoyed spells at Everton, D.C. United and Derby County.
It was at the latter where he transitioned into a player-manager role before eventually becoming the Championship sides' permanent manager after hanging up his boots, though, and he now has the tough task of maintaining the club's second division status again this term.
Ferdinand, who played alongside Rooney at Old Trafford for 10 trophy-laden years, has offered unique insight into what Rooney the manager is like at Derby after visiting his former teammate at training and the impression he made is not what you might expect.
See what Ferdinand had to say here.
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