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A question mark continues to sit at the top of Manchester United's teamsheet as Louis van Gaal's side prepare for their second Premier League fixture at Aston Villa Friday.With David de Gea's mooted move to Real Madrid locked in an impasse over the Spanish club's refusal to meet United's valuation for the player or include center-back Sergio Ramos as part of the deal, British media reports suggest that United now expect the Spaniard to remain at the club this season.Putting the goalkeeper issue aside, United have traditionally had little to fear from visits to Villa Park, where they have not lost in the league in 20 years.Looking ahead to the game, Villa center-back Ciaran Clark told the club website: "It's Man United.With United hosting Belgian team Club Brugge in the first leg of their Champions League qualifying playoff Tuesday, the game could not be rescheduled for Sunday.
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