Belgium were romped in the World Cup by France, denying them of the prestigious trophy, but they can compete for a third place finish on Saturday with either of the losers from Croatia v England on Saturday.
With the Red Devils out, United are already making preparations to sign Toby Alderweireld from Spurs this summer.
Alderweireld is the right man for the job, and despite being at 29, he’s more than qualified for the spot, given his experience in the Premier League and a more than impressive run for Spurs.
According to Express, boss Mourinho was keen on getting the deal done before the World Cup. However sitting at the other end of the deals table with a shrewd chairman like Daniel Levy,has turned negotiations awkwardly.
A deal is expected to be completed by the end July. However should the Mancunians wait until next summer they could get him at a softer price as Spurs have placed an asking price of 60 million pounds for the star.
Alderweireld enjoyed a healthy career at White Lane until he found himself on the wrong side of an injury that kept him sideline to the bench, despite being clear as fit to play.
This sparked a row between player and coach, an incident that triggered the 29-year-old to demand a transfer.
Alderweireld is currently prized at 60 million pounds and United are willing to offer 50 million pounds for him.