What is happening at United this week?
Another busy week awaits for Manchester United, with all of our sides in action and a Manchester derby to contend with for the men's team.
Erik ten Hag's Reds have two huge games across the next seven days, taking on Charlton Athletic in the Carabao Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford on Tuesday before facing Manchester City - also at the Theatre of Dreams - on Saturday.
United Women will return to league action after their warm-weather training camp in Malta to take on Liverpool, while both of our Academy teams have fixtures too.
With plenty to sink your teeth into, here's everything you can expect at United during the week ahead...
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The Reds return to action on Tuesday evening, taking on the Addicks for a place in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup.
We'll begin our look ahead to Tuesday's clash with Charlton Athletic, with Diogo Dalot conducting a fans' conference ahead of the quarter-final. Check out our official platforms to watch the live stream, with the highlights and key stories available to enjoy thereafter.
In addition to the pre-match media briefing, the Reds will also take to the Carrington training pitches to prepare for Tuesday's cup match. Images and highlights from United's session will be available to peruse on ManUtd.com and in the United App.
Just four days after our FA Cup triumph, Ten Hag's side are back in action, as we welcome Charlton to the Theatre of Dreams. Kick-off for this quarter-final clash is at 20:00 GMT, and it will not be broadcast live in the UK. However, you can still tune in to MUTV for our live pre-match show, which starts at 18:55 GMT as well as following the action and reaction on ManUtd.com and in the United App.
On this day in 1995, Andy Cole signed for the club. Fellow United legend Patrice Evra arrived at the club on the same date in 2006.
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Our Under-18s return to action on Wednesday evening, travelling to Stoke City for the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup. Kick-off is at 19:00 GMT, and there will be live coverage of this one on MUTV, with our broadcast starting at 18:45 GMT.
We would like to wish many happy returns to club legend Bryan Robson, who celebrates his birthday on this date.
Attention turns to the men's Manchester derby on Saturday. Exclusive pre-match content, our in-depth preview and other great build-up will begin, and continue to ramp up to the 12:30 GMT kick-off on Saturday.
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Pre-derby build-up continues, with Ten Hag conducting his pre-match press conference. Erik's media briefing will be available to watch and read in full across our official platforms.
Ahead of a blockbuster weekend that will feature all of our teams, watch and read further previews and interviews from our women's and Academy teams too.
Ahead of the derby, find out what Erik said in his exclusive matchday interview with club media, which will be released prior to the lunchtime kick-off.
Our Under-18s begin Saturday's action, which features three matches across the club. Travis Binnion's side kick-off at 11:00 GMT, away to Blackburn Rovers in the U18 Premier League North. Follow updates and images from this clash on ManUtd.com and in the United App.
At 12:30 GMT, Ten Hag's Reds host Manchester City at Old Trafford, live on BT Sport in the UK. In addition to this broadcast, you can follow our matchday blog on ManUtd.com and in the United App for exclusive pre-match build-up, team news, and post-match reaction. There will also be radio commentary for the full 90 minutes.
Later on, our Under-21s face rivals Liverpool at 17:00 GMT in the Premier League 2, at Leigh Sports Village. Tickets are still available for this one, and as with the Under-18s you will also be able to follow updates and images across our official platforms.
In addition to reaction from Saturday's Premier League clash with City, there is another fixture on the final day of the week. Closing out a blockbuster seven days of footballing action is our women's team, who take on Liverpool, live on BBC One in the UK.
Skinner's side kick-off at Leigh Sports Village at 14:05 GMT, in what is the first WSL match of the New Year for the Reds. As well as BBC's live coverage, we will be providing regular updates and images from the highly anticipated clash, plus post-match reaction from Skinner and our players following the full-time whistle.
Wayne Rooney retired on this day in 2021, so keep an eye out for nostalgic content on our platforms, as we look back at his incredible United career.