Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal was seen discussing his team ahead of the clash against Wolfsburg. The Red Devils manager remained coy over his line-up, but revealed that Ander Herrera, Michael Carrick and Antonio Valencia remain a doubt for the crunch Champions League clash.

Manchester United host Wolfsburg in the second round of fixtures of the Champions League group stage and need three points from the game, having lost the first match away to Dutch champions PSV.

The Dutch manager was seen complaining about the three matches that Manchester United are required to play every week. The Red Devils are currently top of the Premier League, moving ahead of arch-rivals Manchester City after the 3-0 win over Sunderland in the weekend.


Ahead of the clash against Wolfsburg, Van Gaal explained that youngsters will continue to be a part of the squad and insisted that players like Luke Shaw, Pereira and record signing Anthony Martial are also youngsters.

Manchester United travel to London to take on Arsenal FC on Sunday in a crunch six-pointer.

Here’s Louis Van Gaal discussing using fatigued players for the upcoming matches