Manchester United's former manager Alex Ferguson. Photo: Phil Noble/Reuters

It’s Fergie time for Manchester United as the Red Devils target a FA Cup final triumph for their legendary former coach.

Alex Ferguson suffered a brain haemorrhage two weeks ago and reportedly in high spirits as he recovers from emergency surgery.

He will no doubt be keen to watch Jose Mourinho and his team take on Chelsea in Saturday’s Wembley showdown (6.15pm).

And United youngster Scott McTominay says they want to deliver another trophy for the man who led United to 38 pieces of silverware in his 26-year career.

Of the importance of winning the game, McTominay says: “That’s what Manchester United is built around and we really want to do it for Sir Alex Ferguson as well, as he’s obviously not so well at this moment in time.

“It’s so important to bring home the silverware for him.”

The midfielder has already faced the Blues this season, marking Eden Hazard out of a 2-1 Premier League win earlier this year.

And McTominay adds: “We’ve had mixed results against Chelsea this season - away from home was not so good but then obviously at home, we played really well after [conceding] the first goal.

“I feel that we need to take the game by the scruff of the neck and go for it and go for the trophy as much as we can.”

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