Jose Mourinho has provided an update on the midfielder and while he's admitted the injury has proven more hard to overcome than first anticipated, the United boss says Lingard is edging closer to full fitness.
"You can't expect a kid making his debut in a game like this to give you something like scoring a goal".
Mourinho still believes in Lukaku and Neville says he should keep playing him until he rediscovers his goalscoring touch.
"So against Juventus or we play with the players that we did or we decide to give a rest to Lukaku, then [Marcus] Rashford, who plays as a winger?" And some of them the national teams were very professional with us [regarding Matic and Shaw] and send the players back and we could start the process early. "But they have the manager and the players and they will be putting pressure on themselves to get it right", he said.
They have also warned that Mourinho's indirect feud with former player now pundit Paul Scholes could split opinion, thereby divide the entire fanbase.
While Martial has been back in the United team in recent weeks and scored twice against Chelsea last weekend, his chequered relationship with Mourinho suggests he may be more content to remain at the club if a different manager was at the helm.
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"I always feel that every game", he said. "He came to the Chelsea match [playing for five minutes as a substitute last weekend] to try to help the team but his physical condition was not good".
"He arrived in January". But Walcott admitted there is never an easy time to play at Old Trafford - despite United's stuttering start to the campaign.
It is claimed he used "abusive, insulting or improper language" after the 3-2 comeback win at Old Trafford.
The centre-back impressed at the World Cup but he's yet to make his debut for the Toffees given the partnership between Kurt Zouma and Michael Keane.
"We're three seasons into Mourinho's reign now".