Here are your Sunday morning Manchester United headlines.
Erik ten Hag claims Harry Maguire is improving as captain at Manchester United after revealing he had become "more dominant" at Carrington.
The central defender has remained club captain this season despite starting just 11 games under Ten Hag. Maguire has worn the armband when he's been on the pitch, but Bruno Fernandes has been captain when he's not played.
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Maguire played the full 90 minutes of United's 1-0 win against Real Betis on Thursday night and produced a good performance, before insisting that he still has a key role to play at the club.
Ten Hag is also pleased with the off-field skills he's showing and is happy to rely on the 29-year-old, who he believes is improving as a leader.
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Erik ten Hag has told Anthony Martial he isn't fighting for his Manchester United future despite his ongoing fitness issues this season.
Martial has been in training for 10 days after returning from his latest absence, but he is yet to make a matchday squad and the striker won't be risked in the FA Cup quarter-final against Fulham today.
The 27-year-old has only played once for United since easing his way through 45 minutes against Manchester City at Old Trafford in January and he's now missed 30 games this term through five separate absences, including hip, back, Achilles and hamstring problems.
It is 18 months since he last completed 90 minutes for United and only one of his 14 appearances this season has lasted longer than 72 minutes.