In three games at home this term, United have three wins, nine goals scored, and none conceded.
They priced the Spain global out of a move in what many feel was revenge for United's reluctance to let David De Gea go.
When a team is competing in as many tournaments as United are, quality and depth are two essential matters.
Jose Mourinho's side made a swift return to winning ways thanks to a 3-0 victory over Basel in their Champions League opener at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. They have no players a booking away from breaching the ban threshold either.
Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has confirmed France global Paul Pogba will miss Sunday's Premier League game against Everton after picking up a hamstring injury in midweek. He was replaced by Marouane Fellaini and the Belgian showed his worth, scoring the opening goal and assisting Marcus Rashford later on.
GETTY Romelu Lukaku in action for Manchester United
United host Everton on Sunday and Lukaku would be up against his former employers, hoping to add to the four goals he's already scored after taking over goalscoring duties from Zlatan Ibrahimovic who scored 28 last season.
"They had a great game in the Champions League in the week and fought hard against Stoke last weekend".
Mourinho said: "I think Wayne spent probably 10 years of his career in a different Premier League than you have now".
"When I come back to play football on the field I will be better than before". That said, Matic has a reputation of fading in the second half of the season, as most Chelsea fans would agree.
"It's how you look at it - maybe it's good that in the last three seasons I've had good results at Old Trafford", Koeman said.
Midfield: Mourinho will be forced in to a change in midfield as Paul Pogba has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a hamstring injury that he sustained during the early stages against Basel.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman revealed he would hold a meeting with his senior players to try to get their season back on track before the trip to Old Trafford.