Nicky Butt says United boss Solskjaer has cancelled up to three deals

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Manchester United are "making progress" on contract extensions for David de Gea and Anthony Martial, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

If either team goes into this match tonight with the mentality that they cannot only win the game but win the FA Cup, they will come out on top and I fancy United to do that.

The 30-year-old has not featured since the 2-0 FA Cup third-round win over Reading at Old Trafford on January 5, in which he set up Romelu Lukaku for United's second goal.

Bailly has been linked with a loan move to the Emirates in the build up to Manchester United's FA Cup tie there on Friday night.

Paul Scholes, one of United's legends gave this revelation when he stated that the manager wanted some of the Old players, especially the Class of 1992 to be fully involved in the running of the club at the management level. If Arsenal continue with their system from last week, and United continue to match a diamond with a diamond, they should line up in the same system. The Red Devils have won all their games under the Norwegian, but we face another tough test in the FA Cup.

"I am not surprised if they did".

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"I don't really think about it that way", said Solskjaer, who won the FA Cup twice as a player in 1999 and 2004.

There hasn't been a 0-0 between these two for nearly five years and I don't expect that to end here.

Pogba captained United nine times under Mourinho and in the absence of Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young was named skipper for the first game of the season against Leicester.

"We have a very good and talented squad".

Bellerin's presence takes a huge amount of attacking stress off Sead Kolasinac at left-back as the Spaniard has the requisite pace to bomb up and down the right-hand side at will. But as we often hear in college football, you don't pick your opponents, and with the Premier League on a break this weekend there is every reason to expect full-strength lineups from both managers. From his playing days, Solskjaer will have the attitude that "this is United, we win every game" and I don't think that Unai Emery has the same attitude to the competition.

"With the French connection they had - [Thierry] Henry, [Patrick] Vieira, [Robert] Pires, [Emmanuel] Petit - they were just great games you were looking forward to".

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