Our fixture schedule is crazy and if we get past Barca there will be minimum another two high profile games added. We do not have the squad depth to continue to play every 3rd day for the remaining season and there is no point in beating Barca just to be knocked out in the next round. Barca is probably the strongest team remaining in the EL together with Arsenal, but there are no walkovers and for most of the teams left it will be the highlight of their season to play against United.
My fear is that by going after it all we might end up with nothing and top 4 is by no means secured. Liverpool and Chelsea could both be out of CHL after this round and then they only have one thing to focus on for the remaining season.
My priority will be to get 3 points against Leicester and win the Cup final. Barca is a bonus but should not be prioritised, we have already proven to the world yesterday that we are back amongst the best in the world.
Manchester United vs Leicester: How to watch
This Premier League clash will take place on Sunday, February 19.
Kick-off at Old Trafford is scheduled for 2pm.
The game will be available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
talkSPORT will have live updates of all the action throughout the afternoon while talkSPORT.com will also be running a live blog.
You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM
Manchester United vs Leicester: Team news
United will remain without Casemiro who serves the final game of his suspension this weekend following his red card against Crystal Palace.
Therefore new signing Marcel Sabitzer is likely to partner Fred once again in midfield with Christian Eriksen and Scott McTominay both out injured.
Diogo Dalot will be competing with Aaron Wan-Bissaka for the right-back spot while Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane are likely to return to the line-up.
As for Leicester, Youri Tielemans was absent from the squad against Tottenham with James Maddison captaining the Foxes.
If he is absent again at the weekend, Nampalys Mendy and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall will play in midfield once again.
New signings Harry Souttar, Victor Kristiansen and Tete will all play a part after making a good start to life in the East Midlands.