Fulham boss Ranieri: We must fight for everything against Man Utd

Man United are unbeaten since Solskjaer took charge

The 18-year-old's ability and potential is unquestioned but the Fulham boss does not consider him Premier League ready at present.

Can Manchester United preserve their recent unbeaten record when they travel to Fulham?

Sessegnon has played regularly in both left-back and left-midfield since his breakthrough nearly three years ago, and a move to Manchester United and Tottenham was hinted at when the Fulham man revealed his footballing idols.

Manchester United have noticed that talks are not going well between the Premier League strugglers and the England Under-21 worldwide, who has only 18 months left on his contract. And, with Manchester United ready to splash £50 million on the 18-year-old, Fulham could be wise and accept the money to adjust the decreased revenue as a result of the relegation.

While United's supporters revelled in watching the legendary figure in the dugout mastermind another victory, Fulham's fans booed Claudio Ranieri down the tunnel after the final whistle.

United arrive in SW6 as the Premier League's form team, but Ranieri wants to see his troops make life as hard as they can for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men. United were 11 points behind the Blues when Mourinho was let go, but are back in contention with a rare run of form - the streak of six consecutive away wins in all competitions is a first for the club since May 2009.

The 18-year-old scored 15 goals to help fire Fulham back to the top flight last year and was named as the clubs Player of the Season as well as being voted as the Championship Player of the Season. "There are big games coming up and that will decide where we're going to stay at the end of the season". Mitrovic is [3.0] to score.

He became the first player born after 2000 to score a Premier League goal when he netted against Cardiff in October.

"The players just have to focus on the next one, and Fulham... that's the character-revealer".

Man United rest players ahead of the PSG game, with Marcus Rashford.



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