Mourinho Confirms Duo Will Start But Two Other Key Men Ruled Out

India Tv- Dortmund players look dejected after a loss

All other players who were out are still out.

'Zlatan is not injured, ' Mourinho said. "He sometimes needs some very hard work on the muscular area which supports (the) knee which had problems".

Finally, Mourinho also confirmed that Luke Shaw will be in his matchday squad, and is in contention to feature.

"I would have to say the main difference is the Premier League, it's a tougher league than the Portuguese league".

Manchester United are out to equal their club record of 40 home matches without defeat with CSKA Moscow the visitors in the Champions League. To work really hard for a certain period of time, he can not play these days.

"But he is very happy to play tomorrow and to try to keep his momentum because since he was back from injury he has been phenomenal".

Mourinho says the 36-year-old striker isn't injured but is still needing to build-up the muscle around his knee and it therefore feeling a little tired at the moment which is preventing him from playing. It's the next match, the match that matters.

With the Frenchman unavailable for domestic duty until at least the Carabao Cup quarter-final meeting with Championship promotion hopefuls Bristol City on 20 December, Mourinho plans to involve him tomorrow as his side look to seal their place in the last 16 of European football's elite club competition.

United need just a point to finish top of Group A.

"He's [Shaw] working to have an opportunity and sooner or later, the opportunity will arrive".

"I am going to make a few, but not too many, changes. More importantly, the other guys deserve an opportunity to play".

"Selected for Tuesday, yes for sure". I need to keep a certain balance. "Whether he starts or is on the bench, I can not answer".

He said: "Romero is the best because he plays and my goalkeeper is always best in the world".

Sources close to the 22-year-old, however, have also indicated the former Southampton academy graduate will not make things easy for bosses at Old Trafford, who earns £130,000 per week and is owed £8m in wages on the remainder of his deal.

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