Andreas Pereira has taken part in a Q&A on Facebook with the questions provided by fans.
How does it feel to be a part of such a great club? Honestly, I'm very proud to be a Manchester United player. I'm really happy I can play for such a big club. Every time I pull the shirt on it's special for me.
Good News: Winger will sign new 3-yr-£120k/wk Manchester United deal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Ashley Young is a player reborn under Louis van Gaal. The Manchester United winger was slowly fading into oblivion, before the rejuvenation took place. He has become a key player for LvG in the second half of the season, and the club now have decided to reward him with a new three-year-contract.
So... It happened again. Van Gaal's carpet has been lifted as high as possible, with a sub-standard beginning to his tenure and ridiculous David Moyes comparisons swept underneath and into the darkest crevises and beyond reach following a rousing 4-2 derby win last weekend. With United holding down third place with an eight point advantage over Liverpool in fifth, Champions League qualification would seem all but wrapped up.
Watching the Manchester Derby last weekend and the subsequent analysis on Sky Sports Monday Night Football, I wonder if Jose Mourinho is thinking of playing Kurt Zouma to deal with Marouane Fellaini on Saturday?
Much has been made of the big Belgian's influence down that left hand side playing in tandem with Daley Blind and Ashley Young.
Manchester United clinched only their third win in 10 games against City on Sunday, as they bounced back from 1-0 down to beat Manchester City 4-2 as Louis Van Gaal's men cemented their grasp on third place.
Here's five things we learnt on Sunday.
1) Time to give Young some credit
Ashley Young has rarely been considered an asset by Manchester United fans.
Ashley Young believes Manchester United will go into Sunday's Manchester derby with all the momentum, but warned against underestimating City and insisted United had not secured a top-four finish yet.
United's 3-1 over Aston Villa on Saturday coupled with City's 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace on Monday saw United moved into third place, a point ahead of their local rivals, who led United by nine points in January.
Ashley Young has been one of United's biggest success stories this season, going from arguably our worst performing player last season to one of the most consistent players this season. In an interview for the 2014/15 season review DVD, Young has spoken about how playing for Louis van Gaal has made him enjoy football again.
It was not a classic Manchester United v Arsenal affair but it was an intriguing tactical battle between two sides who have qualified for the Champions League next season. The Red Devils took the lead through an Ander Herrera volley from an Ashley Young cross and dominated the majority of the game before a late Tyler Blackett own goal from a deflected Theo Walcott cross levelled the match.
Manchester United defeated local rivals Manchester City 4-2 at Old Trafford to solidify third position in the Premier League table. A Sergio Aguero brace sandwiched goals from man of the match Ashley Young, Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata and Chris Smalling, who erased bad memories of the reverse fixture in which he was sent off.
Over the past two seasons just about anyone and everyone has been linked with a potential move to Old Trafford. In his first summer transfer window Louis Van Gaal spent nearly £150 million on new talent, bringing in six players who have all enjoyed periods of good form this season when not injured. Although the two big name signings of Radamel Falcao and Angel Di Maria have failed to live up to expectations, Van Gaal has got the most out of his less hyped signings, like Daley Blind and Ander Herrera and Marcos Rojo.
Yesterday, the defenders were rated for their performances in the 2014-15 season, and now it's the midfielders' turn.
After years of frustration at Sir Alex Ferguson's refusal to buy new midfielders and improve this area on the park, we finally now have a half decent midfield. In fact, the midfield is now our strongest position.
Wayne Rooney has revealed that he started off the season as Manchester United's penalty taker, replacing Robin van Persie who took on the duty from Rooney the season before.
"In pre-season, he asked me to take penalties, so I said 'yeh'. Obviously, I want to take the penalties," he said. "So he said he's got a structure of if you take one and miss one, then you're at the back of the queue.
This time last season, Ryan Giggs was our manager, so had a more prominent role at the Player of the Year awards.
David de Gea was voted as Player of the Year by both the fans and the players, but Giggs claims that Ashley Young could have been in with a chance of winning the award, which was a claim supported by captain Wayne Rooney.
Manchester United picked up a crucial victory as they defeated Crystal Palace 2-1 at Selhurst Park. A first half Juan Mata penalty and a Marouane Fellaini header sandwiched a Jason Puncheon free kick as the Red Devils all-but secured a return to the Champions League after a year out. After Liverpool's draw with Chelsea, Brendan Rodgers' men's hugely inferior goal difference means they need a miracle to oust United.
Ashley Young is the joker in the dressing room. We still laugh about the time he got bird poo in his mouth against Swansea. If you ask him now, he'll say it wasn't bird poo. In the changing room we hung a fake bird above his place as a joke which he didn't like.
Luke Shaw has had a frustrating first season at United, picking up several injuries and struggling for good form. Ashley Young, whose natural position is a winger, and Daley Blind, who prefers to play in the centre of midfield, have both kept Shaw out of the team when he has been available.
Shaw, speaking to Match of the Day magazine, has reflected on his first season at the club.
Back in the days when an away win at Anfield was a rare thing, the signs weren't good for Aston Villa when they arrived for this early-season encounter. They hadn't won at Liverpool'sground for eight years, and had already lost at home in the league to Wigan and in the Europa League to Rapid Vienna.