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No shaking: Lukaku will play until Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit - Jose Mourinho

No shaking: Lukaku will play until Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit - Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has been summoned to appear in a Madrid court in November over accusations of tax fraud, just 48 hours before Manchester United travel to Chelsea in the Premier League.

Anthony Martial's sensational start to the current campaign was last night highlighted yet again following Manchester United's win over CSKA Moscow.

"As a footballer you want to win trophies and be part of a successful team and for me Manchester United is that club".

"We never miss the players that are injured", the Portuguese tactician answered, according to the Daily Express.

"That's our way of seeing [it]".

"So until we have Zlatan we can not think about giving rest to our No.9 the same way we give in other positions".

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"So, until the moment we have Zlatan, we can not think about giving rest to our number nine, the same way we give (rest) in other positions".

"Without Zlatan, we can not rotate the striker, especially because Rashford is playing also in other positions", said Mourinho. Long-term injuries I don't speak about them.

It means Mourinho's team will have had around 66 hours of recovery time before kicking off against Palace, who have had a free week, at Old Trafford at 3 p.m. on Saturday. Whereas over the a year ago or two, you're looking at them and thinking, "They'll win a League Cup" or the so-called lesser trophies.

Since his £75m (€85.3m) move from Everton in the summer, the 24-year-old has hit the ground running, scoring 10 goals in nine games in all competitions.

The United manager is still unwilling to put a timescale on the injury but 17 days on from the France international's setback he has revealed his concerns over the player's absence. "We've got pace, we've got power, but we've also got quality players".

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