This one is from Tristan, who is here in the UK as well. 'Who is the best young player who you’ve seen come from the youth ranks?' I’m assuming he’s talking about United here. The best who you’ve seen come from the youth ranks.
"Obviously the first one who comes to my mind is Marcus, Marcus Rashford. Everyone knows that he is a special player and I have to admit that in the first training that he did with us in the first team, it was Louis van Gaal that was our manager, and after the training, we did a little game and he was playing on the right side, and, after everything finished, Ander Herrera came to me and said: ‘Do you see this player? How good he is? He will be a player for us.’ He realised straightaway. After one training session, Ander knew that this guy was something special and obviously ,of course after that, he was very determined since the first moment he played with us, scoring very quickly, many goals and, of course, for his country also, so I think he is probably the most special player that has come through in my time here, through the Academy."
Good answer. This one from Frank who is from the States, who says: 'Do you still get nervous or chills before coming out of the tunnel before a match?'
"Yeah, I do. I speak about it in my book, because it doesn’t matter how many games you have played, it doesn’t matter how old you are or how experienced you can be, I think you always feel that tension, that nerves in the tunnel. They disappear as soon as you step on the pitch and you start the game, but before the game is the worst moment in terms of how to handle these nerves and excitement and put them altogether onto the pitch, but I still feel it definitely, yeah."
This one from Mari Carmen who is in Spain, says: 'What is the best moment in your football career, so we’re talking about not just United, the best moment in your football career and the worst, and why?'
"The best one has to be the World Cup that we won in 2010 with Spain. That final when Andrés Iniesta scored the goal we were all checking the time, checking the referee, checking whether he was offside or not and then when the referee blew at the end of the game it was an explosion of happiness and energy and we had made history then, because Spain didn’t win a World Cup before that time, so I think that is what every player dreams about, winning a World Cup for the first time with your country, and so that was the highest probably. Of course the Champions League, the Europa League [too] and I have been lucky enough, but the World Cup stands out."