New Manchester United signing Bebe’s impact in training has been so modest that the Portuguese forward was left out of the club’s reserve squad last night. Having been signed for £7million by United, less than two weeks ago, the 20-year-old was a virtual unknown in Europe before the deal went through and even manager Sir Alex Ferguson admitted that he has never seen him play. And it now appears that the former Vitoria Guimaraes player is taking so much time to settle that United reserve team boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided not to include him in the 16-man squad to face local rivals Manchester City in Hyde last night. Bebe didn’t even make the reserve squad on Tuesday night. One player who did return to action last night was midfielder Anderson, who hadn’t played since damaging knee ligaments six months ago. He took his place in a team that included Gary Neville, Wes Brown and Michael Carrick.