Here is your Manchester United morning digest for Thursday, January 21.

Pogba shines as United come back

United overturned a one-goal deficit to pick up a crucial three points away at Fulham last night.

Ademola Lookman opened the scoring for the hosts, but Edinson Cavani equalised in the first-half.

The struggling Cottagers were defensively resolute against United and it took a moment of magic from Paul Pogba to secure the three points for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.

Pogba touched the ball down magnificently on the right-hand side, before moving towards the goal and smashing an unbelievable strike into the top corner with his so-called 'weaker' left foot.

The France international was one of the stars in the win in the capital, as well as Cavani - the other scorer - who didn't stop running all game.

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United open to Pellistri loan

United are open to loaning out Facundo Pellistri for the remainder of the season to ensure that he has regular senior football.

The 19-year-old signed with United on deadline day in October. He is yet to make his first-team debut and has featured eight times for the under-21s and under-23s.

Pellistri tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month and has been self-isolating ever since. However, once he has recovered, MEN Sport understands that United are willing to loan out the midfielder in an attempt to provide him with more first-team minutes.

Fellow new signing Amad Diallo, 18, was officially announced on January 1 is now training with the first-team. He is not expected to depart on loan after United rejected Atalanta's offer to keep Diallo on loan for the remainder of the campaign.

Four Premier League fixtures moved

The Premier League announced the new fixture schedule for February on Wednesday. United have had four games moved as the broadcasters make their selections.

On Tuesday, February 2, just three days after travelling to Arsenal, United host Southampton. The match will kick off at 8:15pm and will be shown on BT Sport.

Six days later, United then host Everton. The match, initially scheduled for the weekend, has been moved to Monday night for Sky Sports' Monday Night Football. It is an 8pm kick-off.

On Sunday, February 21, United host Newcastle United on BT Sport with a 7:15pm kick-off, before closing the month out with a trip to Chelsea on Sunday, February 28, which is a 4:30pm kick-off on Sky Sports.

United's fifth league game in February is against West Brom. It is initially scheduled for Saturday, February 13, but with the broadcasters yet to finish their selections, that is likely to be rearranged.