Manchester United's Solskjaer Lukaku a doubt for Wolves clash

Romeulu Lukaku was complaining of a sore foot during the week

"Phil Jones is back so we're looking stronger".

"We weren't s--!" he said.

'It's so odd, the Arsenal one.

"We have played so much worse and won games and that's the odd thing in football when you're a manager; you can look behind the result and say that was a good performance but we didn't get what we deserved".

"The draw is just around the corner for the Champions League and we can't wait to find out who we'll play".

'We've done well, of course.

Solskjaer was also full of praise for deputy goalkeeper Sergio Romero, with the Argentina global having excelled when given an opportunity in the domestic cup competitions this season.

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British Transport Police are deploying extra patrols at Wolverhampton station and on trains to and from Manchester in anticipation of Manchester United arriving at Molineux on Saturday.

"I didn't have a schedule". Everything has been going well but then again football kicks you in the teeth sometimes and it's always the next day.

The game gives Nuno's side the chance to make history, making it the first time Wolves have reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup since 1998. Rom [elu Lukaku] has a sore foot so he will be assessed this morning [Friday] so let's see if he can join in. Captain Ashley Young is definitely out through suspension. "(Ander) Herrera's been training, and Jesse (Lingard) training", Solskjaer added.

"There are so many players out..."

"They've been training better this week so Jesse [Lingard] and Ander [Herrera] have been training". So if we get to roundabout Everton, Man City, Chelsea, he'll probably be available'.

The Red Devils have been in impressive form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since the Norwegian head coach took over the reins from Jose Mourinho in December.

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