But our reaction stories to last night's Champions League tie cover far more than snap verdicts. Read on below for all the latest club news.
IN THE RON
UNITED have been charged by Uefa after their fans invaded the pitch during their Champions League defeat to Juventus.
A supporter ran onto the pitch and straight to ex-Red Devils star Cristiano Ronaldo, getting a selfie in the process.
EX-UNITED striker Robin Van Persie has announced he will retire at the end of the season.
The Dutchman won the title under Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, and returned to boyhood club Feyenoord in January.
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC has been making it look easy in the MLS, scoring 22 in 26 goals since moving to America.
And with their off-season break from January to March, the Swede is now 7/2 to return to Man United on a loan spell.
THE RED DEVILS need to stop competing for the Premier League and Champions League, and focus on preparing for next season.
Those are the words of United legend Phil Neville as they sit 10th in the league and lost to Juventus in Europe on Tuesday.
ICE COOL CRISTIANO
FORMER Man United defender Phil Neville has revealed how his old teammate Cristiano Ronaldo would have ice baths at 3am after Champions League matches.
The now-England women manager told of the Portuguese's pursuit to be the best in the world and earned the respect of the likes of David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Roy Keane.
PAUL POGBA has been slammed by Manchester United fans… for smiling in the Juventus dressing room just minutes after his side's woeful 1-0 defeat.
Juve winger Juan Cuadrado shared an snap (above) of himself and Pogba in the away dressing room after the game.
JU HAVE THE BEST DEFENDERS
JOSE MOURINHO paid tribute to Juventus defenders Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci after Manchester United's 1-0 Champions League humbling at Old Trafford.
Paulo Dybala‘s 17th-minute strike left United five points behind the group leaders.
CRISTIANO SNAPS THEN TAKES SNAP
CRISTIANO RONALDO challenged a pitch invader – then got a selfie with the Old Trafford interloper.
The former Manchester United star grimaced at first but was grinning by the end of the exchange – just like his Juventus team-mates following their classy 1-0 triumph.
RIO AND SCHOLES' DAMNING VERDICT
RIO FERDINAND insisted it was “men against boys” and fellow Manchester United old boy Paul Scholes rated Juventus as "a class above" in their 1-0 victory at Old Trafford.
Click HERE for their full reaction to a sobering champions League loss for Jose Mourinho's men.
UTD FANS ARE RON SONG
OLD TRAFFORD supporters sung "Viva Ronaldo" as the Manchester United legend walked off a winner with Juventus on Tuesday night.
Much like boss Jose Mourinho, the home faithful delivered an honest verdict as United were left with just four points from their first three Champions League group games.
ANTHONY MARTIAL will start against Juventus, Jose Mourinho has told him.
The Frenchman repaid the Special One's new found faith in him by striking twice in United's 2-2 draw at Chelsea.
I WANT MOUR
ANTHONY MARTIAL is keen to sign a new Manchester United deal – even if Jose Mourinho stays at the club.
The French winger was linked with an Old Trafford departure in the summer as his relationship with the Special One appeared to sour.
IAN THE MAN
JOSE MOURINHO'S bust up with Marco Ianni could be exactly the spark the Special One needed to revive Manchester United's fortunes, SunSport columnist Ian Wright believes.
Wrighty says the Portuguese boss will enjoy huge backing from everyone at Old Trafford as the Red Devils go into their crucial clash with Juventus.
MANCHESTER UNITED have been alerted to the availability of promising Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar.
The 23-year-old Slovakian has yet to agree a new deal at the San Siro and United are desperate to shore up their defence.
RONALDO THANKS FERGIE
CRISTIANO RONALDO says Alex Ferguson gave his career a "huge lift" – as the Juventus superstar makes an "emotional" return to Manchester United in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
Ron, 33, said: "I can remember I won lots here. Cups and leagues. "The support was fantastic."
LEO-NO GO FOR JOSE
LEONARDO BONUCCI claims he rejected Manchester United to return to Juventus in the summer.
The world-class centre-back has revealed he was targeted by Jose Mourinho despite struggling to impress during his season's loan with at AC Milan.
DON'T STAIN MARC
JOSE MOURINHO says it is time to lay off Marco Ianni and has dismissed calls for the Chelsea coach to be sacked.
Ianni sparked a melee at the mouth of the Stamford Bridge tunnel on Saturday after celebrating in front of the Manchester United boss when Ross Barkley plundered a late equaliser in the 2-2 draw.
JOSE IN NEW DIGS
MANCHESTER UNITED have changed their team hotel on the eve of Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Juventus.
The Red Devils were forced to request a delayed kick-off against Valencia after their team bus was delayed by 45 minutes due to bad traffic in the city centre.
A SPECIAL ONE
CRISTIANO RONALDO has been hailed as one of the all-time greats by his former boss Jose Mourinho.
The two Portuguese egos have had a turbulent relationship in the past but Mourinho was more than happy to sing the Juventus star's praises in his pre-match press conference for the Juventus clash.
MOUR TO COME
JOSE MOURINHO has shut down rumours of a sensational move back to Real Madrid and insisted he is eyeing a new deal at Old Trafford.
Los Blancos boss Julen Lopetegui is on the verge of the sack but the Special One has a contract to 2020 and says he wants to stay even longer than that.
LOVE EIGHT RELATIONSHIP
ANTHONY MARTIAL may have saved Jose Mourinho's job as his equaliser helped Manchester United to a stunning 3-2 comeback win over Newcastle two weeks ago.
But he also cost the club £8.7m as that strike meant the Red Devils had to pay the latest instalment to Monaco following his transfer three years ago.
BACK FOR MOUR
REAL MADRID chiefs reckon Jose Mourinho is their best bet to replace Julen Lopetegui, according to reports.
Los Blancos are ready to swing the axe after a humiliating home defeat to Levante made it four losses in five games.
JOSE MOURINHO is reportedly launching an internal investigation after a mole leaked Manchester United’s team for the second time this season.
The club’s Portuguese manager was furious to discover the correct starting XI had been posted online before Saturday’s clash at Chelsea.
JOSE'S FA FEAR
OLD TRAFFORD boss Jose Mourinho is sweating on another FA charge after his Stamford Bridge bust-up.
Ref Mike Dean HAS included the clash with Chelsea coach Marco Ianni, after Ross Barkley’s last-gasp leveller for the Blues in Saturday’s 2-2 draw.
SHOW MOUR RESPECT
MAURIZIO SARRI has risked the wrath of Chelsea fans by telling them Jose Mourinho deserves more respect.
Manchester United boss Mourinho was verbally abused by Blues supporters on Saturday as the Special One held up three fingers to illustrate the three titles he won at Chelsea.
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