HOUSTON -- Here's what we learned in Manchester United's 2-0 International Champions Cup win against Manchester City on Thursday night.
Lukaku and Rashford, a return to twin strikers?
It has been a while since twin strikers were the fashion, with false nines and solitary front men dominating the scene in recent years, but Jose Mourinho believes Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford can play together up front. The Manchester United pair backed up their manager's theory in Houston.
The Express reports that 21-year-old Anthony Martial may be on the move this summer. Wolfsburg have enquired about the former Monaco prodigy's availability, the Express cites German outlet Kicker as reporting, though that offer is not likely to be entertained.
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HOUSTON -- Henrikh Mkhitaryan will not forget the first time he faced Manchester City as a Manchester United player, but it is a painful memory, rather than a pleasant one.
The Armenian midfielder endured a 45-minute ordeal against Pep Guardiola's team at Old Trafford last September before being substituted at half-time by Jose Mourinho. However, not only did Mkhitaryan not appear for the second half, he disappeared from the scene completely for almost two months.
While on tour with Manchester United in the USA, Jose Mourinho told a news conference: "Our squad is not so big. Everybody knows, because I told the objective, I would like four players and I have asked for four players, and I am ready to go from four to three because the market is difficult."
Mourinho already has two of those signings -- Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku -- and many assume he is still looking for additions in defensive midfield as well as on the wing. It is always tempting to dissect...