'Categorically no' - Club make stance clear on signing Manchester United player

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Former United defender Gary Neville has suggested Liverpool would have a "clear run" at unseating City if they were to go out of the Champions League at the hands of the German giants.

Liverpool, a point behind defending champions Manchester City in the Premier League table, take on Bayern Munich in the second leg of their last-16 clash on Wednesday, having drawn 0-0 at Anfield.

"When Arsenal were winning titles, they did not have one team for Highbury and another for away games".

Initially, the plan was to leave the decision on Mourinho's full-time successor until the end of the season but United are now ready to bring it forward so they can get a headstart on planning for next season.

All three of these clubs have shown in recent years that they can survive a season or two outside Uefa's top competition but for each of them clubs there are also clear and obvious immediate consequences of missing out.

A Granit Xhaka strike and an Aubameyang penalty saw Arsenal end Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's unbeaten 12-game domestic streak since taking caretaker charge at Old Trafford in December.

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He added, "For decades, Congress has been giving far too much legislative power to the executive branch". The official was not authorized to publicly private conversations and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Wolves are seventh in the top flight and in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, surpassing most fans' expectations for the season. Arsenal have now taken ten points from the available 15 from the big teams. Then you look back at the performance and you can't say this was a game we deserved the lose.

"When you get into the latter stages of the cup, it becomes clearer as to who you can draw". But some historic results, including United's 3-1 win in Paris last week and a Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired fightback by Juventus over Atletico Madrid have kept them all in the fight.

Neymar became the most expensive player in world football when PSG paid £200m to secure his transfer from Spanish La Liga champions Barcelona at the start of last season. "We are really hungry".

"I don't class it as a mistake by De Gea", he said.

"We only wanted to go through".

Given how supporters of Liverpool and United often define themselves in comparison to one another, Reds fans will be happy to know that just one more game without defeat at home will see them surpass their rivals' record.