There’s no better time United players and their coach need huge motivation than on Saturday during their final preparation for the much talked about encounter against Liverpool at the Old Trafford Stadium.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who knows what it takes to face Liverpool, visited the team’s Carrington training ground to watch the training session.
Though he didn’t disclose his reasons for the visit, he was seen having a heart-to-heart chat with Solskjaer and Michael Carrick as the manager perfects his tactics for Sunday’s showdown.
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The trio went on to watch United U18 side during their one-all draw with Middlesbrough in their league clash as the young Red Devils picked up a point at home.
Ferguson will hope that the motivation the players drew from his visit is enough to help them overcome the challenges from Jurgen Klopp’s who are in fine shape.
Meanwhile, injured midfielder Paul Pogba has wished his teammates good luck ahead of the game as he won’t be available for selection due to injury.
The Frenchman has been out of action for some weeks due to an ankle injury but he has told the fans that he will be fully fit for their next encounter.