United were beaten at home by Juve, leaving them with four points from three games in Group H, and most likely fighting it out with Valencia for a place in the knockout stages.
Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial pose for a selfie on Manchester United’s flight to Turin
Ashley Young and Nemanja Matic also took a picture as they prepare for the Juventus clash
United are flying out to Italy ahead of a huge European night against the Italian giants
Earlier Pogba and Co were seen arriving at Manchester Airport ahead of the flight
United manager Jose Mourinho was in serious mode ahead of a tricky European fixture
Chief executive Ed Woodward has joined the United squad and will attend the Juventus game
Manager Jose Mourinho led his players off the team coach and into the airport, where they were accompanied by chief executive Ed Woodward, who is also attending the game in Italy.
Midfielder Paul Pogba then featured in a picture posted to Instagram from the plane by Anthony Martial, while Nemanja Matic and Ashley Young also posed together for a selfie.
The United Twitter account also posted a squad picture of the players on board, revealing that they are flying with Aeroflot, one of the club’s official sponsors.
The game has extra personal significance for Pogba, who made his name in Turin between his two spells at Old Trafford, joining United for a then world record £89million fee from Juve in 2016.
United could very much do with victory in Italy having been beaten at home by Juventus
United are facing a fight to reach the last 16 of the Champions League with four points so far
Alexis Sanchez departs the coach which drove the United players from Carrington on Tuesday
Earlier, United trained for the final time at Carrington before departing for the airport – with Sky Sports’ Vinny O’Connor suffering the perils of live reporting.
O’Connor was just finishing off his piece to camera, when Marcus Rashford aimed a pinpoint pass towards the journalist.
Although O’Connor attempted to duck out of the way of the incoming ball, it struck him in the back, much to the amusement of the United players.
They will hope to be just as happy after Wednesday’s game, as they face a tough challenge against the reigning Serie A champions and Group H leaders.
Martial walks through the airport terminal ahead of the United flight on Tuesday afternoon
Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw make their way through departures on their way to Italy