We are, however, unbeaten in five in the league with only Tottenham taking points off us in the current run.
A man who continues to head towards free agency while stuck on the sidelines posted on his personal blog: "It is has been another different week, without being able to play, but there are reasons to be optimistic".
De Gea's current deal expires at the end of the season and although he has been offered £350,000 a week by Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward he is dragging his heels over putting pen to paper.
"We can feel very proud of the players".
"The competition is very tough and we have hard games left as do they", the 26-year-old added.
"The save he made - if it was David De Gea, everybody would have went insane".
According to Metro, Ole had an informal meeting with the club's board, informing them he'd like the Red Devils to strengthen the right-back, left-back, right-wing and attacking-midfield positions.
"But I don't think a second about it that it will not happen".
"I think his second spell at Chelsea and how that ended, and then his spell at Manchester United and how that ended, will put a lot of clubs off hiring him as well".
"We are in the top four and the other teams now wait for our mistakes".
There was an unsavoury incident when a fan pushed Chris Smailling and Emery was asked for his thoughts on the incident. We can be happy today.
"And with the emotion of (the Champions League final), can those players even realistically play on the Thursday night for us?" There is no change as it is continuing and it will be hard.
"It could build momentum if we play good football and stay in the competition. Spurs lose [at Southampton on Saturday], we lose, Chelsea draw", Solskjaer said. Arsenal have now taken ten points from the available 15 from the big teams.
Lingard missed Sunday's game as he nurses a hamstring injury but Leno, who enjoyed another fine afternoon in goal for Arsenal, admitted the forward's previous antics had spurred on the hosts. Lukaku and Rashford have been fantastic.
Let's take a look at how many teams made it to the quarter-finals in recent years.
"In terms of what you can control we should not be too disappointed".