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Harry Maguire is positive that he will make the Europa League final.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “When I spoke to him this morning he was positive.
“Naturally the day after he was injured everyone was very down.
“But we decided we had to focus and be positive and think he is going to make it.
“He is making progress but we have consciously made the decision not to test him out too early.
“Hopefully we will have good news but I will give it as long as possible because we know his importance.
“We have known that for a long time but maybe people appreciate it more when he is not playing.
“I became a very good player when I was injured because people realised what I could do as a sub and what I was as a player.”
Meanwhile on the transfer front, United have reportedly vowed not to be held to ransom over Paul Pogba’s future.
The Mirror claim that the Frenchman’s massive wage demands are proving a major stumbling block to him staying at Old Trafford.
The report adds Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola wants in excess of £400,000-a-week for the World Cup winner to sign a new deal.
United are said to be conflicted on what course to take with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanting to keep Pogba at the club.
And finally, Sven Botman has admitted he would be “lying” if he claimed United’s interest doesn’t flatter him.
The Lille star told The Athletic: “It is a good compliment when you hear these clubs are interested.
“I’m lying if I say it’s not interesting me — it’s the first time such big clubs are linked to me — but it was early days because in January I was only at Lille for half a season.
“It was nice to hear but I was focusing on Lille and I’m still doing this. After the season I will enjoy a vacation and see what happens next.”