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Zlatan Ibrahimovic still suffering effects of long-term knee injury, says Jose Mourinho

Zlatan Ibrahimovic still suffering effects of long-term knee injury, says Jose Mourinho

Manchester United will look to guarantee their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League when they take on CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.

"Zlatan is not injured", the boss told a press conference.

After Man City left it late against West Ham, Pep Guardiola drew comparisons to "Fergie time" at Manchester United.

Mourinho added: "All the players who did not play the last match, they are all still out".

After joining United in a £30.7m move from Benfica in the summer, Victor Lindelof was dropped by Mourinho before the start of the Premier League campaign after failing to impress in pre-season.

Paul Pogba has avoided an additional suspension following his red card against Arsenal but will serve a three-game ban that rules him out of the Manchester derby.

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"[Jesse] Lingard, [Anthony] Martial and [Romelu] Lukaku were brilliant, and you could see a little bit how [Nicolas] Otamendi or [Vincent] Kompany could get caught".

"All other players who were out are still out". "Zlatan needs sometimes very hard work on the muscle area that supports the knee that had the problem". Stewart Robson offers a solution for Manchester City to be more dominant against teams that want to play deep in their own half.

"The next match is the match that matters". He [Pogba] plays tomorrow. Of course he is a bit exhausted because it was a huge match last weekend and just two days to recover.

"Some day I hope they are going to slip and I hope, and I know that it's bad to say things like that, but I hope for us that some very important players get injured", Pogba said.

"But when you speak about Luke Shaw, he is working to have an opportunity, and sooner or later an opportunity will arrive, because he deserves a chance". Because he deserves that opportunity.

"Selected tomorrow - for sure". To start or be on the bench I can not answer'.