Revealed: United's Champions League squad
Manchester United's submitted squad for the 2018/19 Champions League group stage has been published by UEFA.
The Reds will come up against Italian giants Juventus, Switzerland's Young Boys and Valencia CF of Spain in Group H, as Jose Mourinho's side bid to reach the knockout stage for the second season running.
The 25-man squad, which is only for the group games and can be changed if United progress to the next round, includes new signings Diogo Dalot, Fred and Lee Grant.
Marcus Rashford is notably excluded, but this is because he can be registered on the 'B' list of players who were born after 1 January 1997 and have been eligible to play for the club for more than two years. Therefore, the 20-year-old striker can play in United's group games, as can other young players who meet the criteria, despite not being in the squad published today on UEFA.com.
MANCHESTER UNITED CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUP STAGE SQUAD
David De Gea
*Marcus Rashford is on United's 'B' list of eligible players, which has not been released
United's opening Champions League game will be in Switzerland, away to Young Boys on 19 September, and Jose Mourinho has been in the Alpine country today, albeit on different business.