The Egyptian netted the only goal of the game in Liverpool's victory over Napoli in the Champions League
Mauricio Pochettino's side had to find a result at the Nou Camp to beat Inter Milan to the runner-up spot - and they did
Anfield hosts the crunch clash as the Reds aim to avoid dropping down to the Europa League
That according to former Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley, who believes Pogba won't produce his best until the Special One is gone.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang sent a timely message to
That's according to Reds hero and BT Sport pundit Steve McManaman.
The France international has been attracting major attention from Europe's big boys in recent weeks
Salah has developed a reputation this season for staying calm after putting the ball in the back of the net.
Boss Mourinho insists he is hurting as much as any supporter over United's disappointing start to his third season in charge
Mr Wing has apologised for his actions during Chelsea's win over Manchester City at Stamford Bridge
The Reds were forced to wait a few extra minutes before they could kick-off against the Italian side
United record buy Pogba has chance to win back Mourinho's faith in largely meaningless Champions League group finale
Leroy Sane says he feels 'at home' at Manchester City and is open to signing a contract extension.
John Harper talks about the Newcastle Panthers, an LGBT-friendly football team in the city which is being supported by the Newcastle United Foundation, in one of the Premier League's short films in support of Rainbow Laces.
Jose Mourinho says he does not care about Jorge Mendes' statement, which claimed the Manchester United boss was 'very happy' and 'fully committed' to the club.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho expects Paul Pogba to set the right example in Valencia on Wednesday.
In one of a series of short films made by the Premier League in support of the Rainbow Laces campaign, West Ham fan Natasha explains how football helped her cope with gender dysphoria.
Whether it was the greatest Premier League season of all-time is up for debate, but Arsenal's 2003-04 team will always stand apart from the rest as the 'Invincibles'.