11pm Manchester United news: Mourinho throws drinks crate after Fellaini winner, Lukaku slates Scholes, Marcus Greenwood

Read on for more details, plus all the latest news and gossip from Old Trafford.

MOUR PASSION

JOSE MOURINHO went wild celebrating Marouane Fellaini's last minute winner against Young Boys.

The Special One launched a drinks crate into the ground as the Belgian sent the Red Devils into the Champions League last 16.

GREEN IS GOOD

MASON GREEENWOOD is being tipped to replace Romelu Lukaku by United fans, after scoring twice in a match against Young Boys youngsters.

Lukaku has struggled for goals this season and supporters are now urging Jose Mourinho to choose youth over the Belgian.

'THAT'S BULL****'

ROMELU LUKAKU has slammed Paul Scholes over his recent criticism of his goalscoring prowess.

The United legend hinted that his former club would not be able to win the league with Belgian – only for Lukaku to claim they shake hands as if "everything is normal" before matches.

WALKING DISTANCE

JOSE MOURINHO has arrived at the hotel situated just a stone's throw from Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have been late twice in the Champions League this season after complaining about traffic and a lack of police escorts  – but the team are now holed up at the Hilton Garden Inn 1km away.

MOUR PROBLEMS

MAN UNITED are expected to endure their worst ever Premier League season, according to the bookies.

David Moyes was at the helm during the campaign when they managed just 64 points – and they are on course to go below that after just 21 points in 13 matches.

LUK AWAY NOW

ROMELU LUKAKU'S blank against Crystal Palace extended his goal drought to 11 matches, but it is even worse at Old Trafford.

The Belgian has not scored in the Theatre of Dreams since March – to put that into context, an entire F1 season has taken place and around 92 million babies have been born worldwide.

MOURINH-GO?

NUMEROUS Man United legends have had their say over whether Jose Mourinho should remain in charge of the Old Trafford club.

Paul Scholes, Dimitar Berbatov, Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Rio Ferdinand are among those who have given their thoughts on whether the Portuguese boss should remain in the hotseat.

MISMANAGED

LUKE SHAW has admitted Manchester United players need "thick skin" to work under boss Jose Mourinho.

The Portuguese manager has yet again risked causing another wrath in the dressing room after the latest outburst of his players.

UTD'S AERIAL THREAT

JOSE MOURINHO has told his misfiring stars to stay at home if they cannot stand the heat of Old Trafford.

The United boss said: “If you feel pressure, stay at home. And when I say ‘home’, I don’t say ‘stadium home’, I say ‘home home and watch on TV’."

UTD FLOPS PAID MORE THAN CITY TOPS

MANCHESTER UNITED players are earning on average half a million pounds a year more than those of rivals Manchester City.

And the Red Devils squad are picking up almost DOUBLE what thrifty Tottenham pay their players.

THE WALK-IN RED

JOSE MOURINHO is ready to walk to Old Trafford to help Manchester United march into the Champions League knockout stages.

After home clashes with Valencia and Juventus were delayed by traffic problems, United boss Mourinho is willing to don a hoodie once more to sneak through the crowds to Tuesday night's group game against Switzerland's Young Boys.

SENDING MY GLOVE TO YOU

DAVID DE GEA has donated the gloves worn in his 250th Premier League game to non-league goalkeeper Jordan Dawes – who recently suffered a stroke at the age of 18.

The Manchester United ace gave the mitts he donned against Crystal Palace to the female stopper, as she continues to recover in hospital.

JORDI SURE

UNITED will battle their bitter rivals Man City for Jordi Alba, after the Barcelona left-back is concerned as to why the Catalans have not offered him a new deal.

The Spaniard's current contract runs out in 2020, but it could produce a transfer battle if he is allowed to enter his final year.

A-PAUL-ED

UNITED legend Paul Ince has blasted Jose Mourinho over his use of 'quarterback' Alexis Sanchez at the Old Trafford side.

The ex-England international has bemoaned over using the Chilean to hoist the ball long, instead of being in the penalty area.

MORAL SUPPORT

MAN UNITED need their fans to be their 12th man once again, according to SunSport's Neil Ashton.

The supporters helped the Red Devils overcome Newcastle last month – but were absent in their noise during dull draw with Crystal Palace.

FELL GUY

UNITED fans endured difficult times under David Moyes – but have had the last laugh after the ex-Everton and West Ham boss claimed Marouane Fellaini was world-class.

The Scot signed the Belgian midfielder for £27.5m in 2013, and is one of few to have survived since his reign.

'HEARTLESS'

BT SPORT presenter Jake Humphrey has been slammed for his ill-thought joke towards Rio Ferdinand.

The Man United legend revealed he stopped pursuing a coaching career, hinting to his wife's death.

NAME YOUR P-RICE

UNITED scouted Declan Rice during West Ham's 4-0 defeat to Man City, with the young midfielder impressing Jose Mourinho.

The Hammers ace is putting off signing a new deal, with his current contract running out in 2020, boosting many suitors' interest in the 19-year-old.

LIN PAIN

VICTOR LINDELOF could be out when Manchester United host Young Boys this week.

The Swedish centre-back injured himself against Crystal Palace on Saturday, with Jose Mourinho bemoaning the international fixture list.

MATA OF FACT

UNITED are ready to hand Juan Mata a new three-year deal, according to reports.
The Spanish playmaker, 30, is available on a free transfer when his contract ends in the summer with clubs lining-up to swoop.

'IT'S STRANGE'

TARGET Jordi Alba has admitted he is frustrated at the lack of progress on his new contract.

The 29-year-old is tied down at Barcelona until 2020 but said he had "no news" on signing a new deal at the Nou Camp.

ANDER PRESSURE

SAMPDORIA prodigy Joachim Andersen was watched by Manchester United and Tottenham scouts on Sunday evening against Genoa, according to reports in Italy.

The 22-year-old has been linked with a £25million move to England as both Red Devils and Spurs are looking to strengthen their defensive lines.

ARNIE FOR ALEXIS

MARKO ARNAUTOVIC is being lined up for a £50million bid, according to reports.

The Red Devils are struggling to find the net and boss Mourinho is understood to want the West Ham forward to power them into the top four.

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