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Jose Mourinho hints at who will start tomorrow's derby against Manchester City


Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will certainly feature in tomorrow's Manchester derby.

The Armenia international was injured on international duty in their 3-0 loss to Czech Republic and returned to England earlier than expected in order to have his injury assessed.

Defender Luke Shaw and winger Antonio Valencia are also fit and ready to face Pep Guardiola's men.

"I'm not saying Micki is ready to play 90 minutes but he is ready to help us," Mourinho told MUTV.

"There are no injuries."

"Everybody is available, it's not the same as if we were here all week and working, resting and not travelling, but there are no injuries and everybody has returned safely and on time for at least one training session.

"Everybody is ready and wants to play of course.

"Antonio [Valencia] was able to get one flight direct to Madrid and then to London and Manchester.

[But] Sergio [Romero] and Marcos [Rojo] went around the globe!

"They played in Venezuela and then went to Argentina and then, from there, they came back to Europe but they came back in time for training this morning."

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