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Summary

  1. Manchester United v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)
  2. Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Old Trafford
  3. Get involved via #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Alistair Magowan and Ryan Dobney

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Don't forget that you can follow Manchester United's Champions League game against Juventus right here on the BBC Sport website and live on BBC Radio 5 live from 20:00 BST on Tuesday night.

    Hope you enjoy it.

  2. Mourinho can't speak Portuguese?

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    When a journalist asked a question in Jose Mourinho's native Portuguese, he was stopped by a media person, who said it should be in English or Italian.

    Mourinho chimed in: "The last time I spoke in Portuguese I was in trouble."

    Nice work, Jose, nice work.

  3. 'Juventus more than a contender'

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho

    On Serie A leaders Juventus, Jose Mourinho added: "They have a lot to offer and an extra year with the same coach and structure. They have won seven titles on the trot and a really special player who makes a real difference [Cristiano Ronaldo, we presume].

    "They are more than a contender for the Champions League."

  4. Valencia has had 'complicated surgery'

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Another line on the absence of Antonio Valencia, who has been missing over the past few matches. His last game was against Valencia on 2 October.

    "He had a problem - and had very complicated surgery on his mouth," he says. "He needed time to recover. It is the reason was he was 10 days without training."

  5. Mourinho happy to extend his contract

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho haters look away now.

    Asked about his current situation at Real Madrid where the team are struggling for form, the manager says: "I am happy to stay here after the very last day of my contract and longer than that."

  6. 'We will try to play like that again'

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho is warming to his theme of playing well on Saturday. He thinks they are on the up following their comeback win against Newcastle and the draw at Stamford Bridge.

    "United's form was shown in the past two matches," he tells MUTV.

    "The way we can play, and the way we want to play was shown in the last two matches, so we will try to [play that way again]."

  7. Mourinho stays cool on Martial

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho is offered a chance to big up Anthony Martial, who has been the subject of previous transfer speculation but scored both goals in the 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Saturday.

    Mourinho said: "I think Martial is like the team. Playing fine."

  8. More Mourinho wisdom

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Ok, back on track now, Jose Mourinho says that Alexis Sanchex is "not fit" to face Juventus. "There is nothing to hide."

    On Cristiano Ronaldo, he adds: "He is one of the best players of all time, simple as that."

  9. Chelsea coach deserves a second chance

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho doesn't want to talk about Paul Pogba. This is what he wants to talk about. Understood?

    "I don’t want to speak about individuals or Spanish journalists. I want to speak about one of the biggest candidates of winning the competition. That is what motivates me, that's what brings me here. If the press conference is going in other directions, I want to go in another direction.

    "I want to thank Maurizio Sarri and Chelsea for their honesty. But I'm not happy that it is going too far with the young boy [Chelsea coach Marco Ianni]. I don’t think he deserved more than what he got.

    "He apologised to me. He deserves a second chance. I don't think he deserves to be sacked. He recognises he was wrong. He is probably the young coach with great potential. For me it was the end of the story when he apologised to me."

  10. Mourinho swerves Pogba question

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Back to Tuesday's game and when asked if midfielder Paul Pogba had improved as a player since his move from Juventus, Jose Mourinho said: "I don't like this press conference.

    "I think the press conference is going in other directions. If the press conference is going in other directions then I want to go in another direction."

    He then talks about forgiving Chelsea and their staff for Saturday's fracas. Ok, then.

  11. Mourinho on Chelsea fall-out

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho has been asked about the fall-out from Saturday's 2-2 draw with Chelsea.

    He said: "Against Chelsea there were contradictions in all feelings. Everyone was happy with the performance, but nobody happy with the result. What I've told players is to get the best out of the feelings."

  12. The return of Ronaldo

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Obviously, one of the big themes about the game at Old Trafford on Tuesday will be the latest return of Cristiano Ronaldo to his former employers.

    Headlines surrounding the Juventus striker have involved his alleged off-field activities, allegations which the 33-year-old strongly denies.

    On the pitch, his form seems unaffected. He scored his fifth goal of the season in a 1-1 draw with Genoa on Sunday.

  13. Team news - Sanchez ruled out of Juve game

    Jose Mourinho says Alexis Sanchez has been ruled out of the game against Juventus.

    More to come on that.

  14. Packed house

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    There is a lot of interest around Manchester United's Champions League enounter with Juventus tomorrow night.

    The game at Old Trafford sees the return of Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 42 goals during the 2007-08 campaign that saw United win the Premier League and Champions League.

    Manager Jose Mourinho and striker Romelu Lukaku will be answering questions shortly.

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    Image caption: Manchester United
  15. Back to it on the training pitch

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho

    Jose has already had his lieutenants out on the training ground this morning, going through their paces before they host Serie A leaders Juventus tomorrow night.

    Our man on the scene Simon Stone says "Alexis Sanchez and Marouane Fellaini were amongst six Manchester United players missing from the open section of the session.

    "Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, Diogo Dalot and Scott Mctominay were also absent.

    "Of that six, only Sanchez was involved in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Chelsea."

  16. You again?

    Man Utd v Juventus (Tuesday, 20:00 BST)

    Jose Mourinho

    Greetings.

    Fresh from getting to know the Stamford Bridge staff a little better on Saturday, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is appearing in front of the media ahead of his team's Champions League Group H game against Juventus at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

    Striker Romelu Lukaku is also speaking, so stick around if you want to read their wisdom.