Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was given a fitness boost on Monday, with Romelu Lukaku, Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly - all of whom missed Saturday's win over Perth Glory with minor niggles - taking part in training ahead of Wednesday's game against long-standing rivals Leeds United at the Optus Stadium in Perth.
"He told me he wants my shirt and I want his shirt".
"We want to play this game in the Premier League in the future, we hope", he said.
"I think it's very important for the fans, because we want to see this game more times in the future and I think it's a good moment for the fans to enjoy it".
It is understood Bielsa wants to divide his time between both squads to ensure the players left in England are put through a rigorous pre-season regime. "Yes, yesterday when I arrived here, I texted him and he texted me, "See you Wednesday", said Hernandez, 34, who is three years Mata's senior. Not just in England, outside of England.
And they can give the promise of Champions League football - as well as the chance to develop under the eye of boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Phillips scored one goal and made three assists in 44 Championship appearances for Leeds United last season.
"We want to go into the new season with a winning mentality and that has to start now, we want to win every game. He was my team-mate for four years in Valencia and my room-mate and I'm happy to play against him".
"The boys are really fit, it has become second nature to us now as we are used to working hard, all of the lads stuck to their programmes in the off season and we came back in good shape".
AB InBev calls off Budweiser public listing in Hong Kong
The beer giant could have taken advantage of its IPO and used the newly listed shares to buy rival beer companies in the region. Beer accounted for about 30% of China's total alcohol sales in 2015 but Euromonitor expects that to fall below 26% by 2023.
Pakistan Opens Its Airspace After 135 Days
As per the report, authorities have informed that India has issued revised notice to airmen ( NOTAM ) after Pakistan's decision. In March, Pakistan partially opened its airspace but did not allow Afghan and Indian flight to fly over its airspace.