SHOW HE’S NO FLOP
smattering of youngsters, Nani is likely to get an opportunity to show he’s worthy of a new deal.
As the fall-out from Sunday’s win continues, Michael Keane is relishing the test of facing the Champions League winners.
Alongside Scott Wootton, 19-year-old Keane impressed at the back in the 2-1 win over Newcastle at Old Trafford in the third round of the Capital One Cup. Keane said: “You play games with more pressure when you get to a higher level.
“Every game you play, you’ve got more experience because these games mean something.
“When you get called into the first team, you’re used to being desperate to win.
“I was so tired after the Newcastle game. I’ve never been that tired after a game, mentally as well as physically, because of the concentration, how the day went building up to it and then the 90 minutes, but I thought we did well.
“Shola Ameobi has played in the Premier League for years so you know if you’re playing against him, you’re probably good enough to be playing in the Premier League.”