However, United have three league fixtures to negotiate before getting on the plane to Stockholm, starting with a trip to White Hart Lane.
"It is a humbling occasion too - this Club and this stadium have been here longer than any of us and the Club and new stadium will be here long after us all - we are merely the custodians of this great institution".
Both clubs won comprehensively yesterday putting them clear of United in the Premier League.
The win against United at White Hart Lane on Sunday evening means that Spurs will end the Premier League season in second place.
Tottenham could go unbeaten at home for the first time in a league season since 1964/65 (W16 D2 L0 this season).
"We've seen what these types of games bring and we'll be ready for it".
U.S. believes North Korea launched KN-17 missile
But Haley, speaking Sunday after the latest missile launch, said talks could not take place while such provocations continued. Launched from Kusong, in western North Korea, the missile flew for 435 miles before landing in the Sea of Japan.
"And we have showed from day one we wanted to work in this project and we believed in this project".
"We go to Hong Kong to play one game, which is important for the club and the players are excited to go". The pressure is now off them in that respect.
Luke Shaw (foot), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (knee), Marcos Rojo (knee), Ashley Young (hamstring) and Timothy Fosu-Mensah (shoulder) are out for the season and the United boss could be tempted to include U23 starlets Axel Tuanzebe and Scott McTominay after the pair made their debuts against Arsenal last weekend.
Tottenham will be playing for pride and will certainly want to win their final game at White Hart Lane and considering its Manchester United they are up against, a win here will definitely make things better for Mauricio Pochettino and his players.
Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur side are now second in the Premier League table with 77 points from 35 games this season, coming off the back of five wins from their last six outings. Manchester City, in fourth meanwhile, are seven points ahead of United with two games to play. After impressive victories over Sunderland, Chelsea and Burnley without conceding a goal, United are winless in the last three games but had won the previous four league games on the road before the loss at the Emirates Stadium. "Whoever plays in the games, you've got to play with everything you've got and play to that level". Today's encounter is expected to be a highly emotional affair with Tottenham vacating the stadium that has been their home for 118 years and Mauricio Pochettino says his side are "focused".
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