The three players most likely to leave Manchester United this summer

  • The three players most likely to leave Manchester United this summer

The three players most likely to leave Manchester United this summer

'I will support as best I can.

David de Gea kept 18 clean sheets to win the Premier League Golden Glove, and the club can still end the season with silverware as they take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final this weekend. I thought I wouldn't be fit for the final, then it came and I was, but the manager is probably thinking I had only just come back, could he trust my fitness in a game of that magnitude.

"Jose is one of the best".

"And for the club, who wants to win those trophies and I think we are ready for it".

However, dismissing all such rumours Mourinho, following the win over Watford, has now suggested that he won't appoint a new assistant of his own at the moment and rather will try to operate his all backroom staffs in a way so that he does not require an assistant.

"At the time, it must have been every United supporter's nightmare, to see them across the road, who have always been in your shadow, and actually you've been laughing at them for a few years, and now they have manager you always wanted, playing the type of football you would give anything for". "For 10 months I get asked "why always Lukaku?" Just because I was a half-decent player, it doesn't guarantee you're going to be a success in whatever you do. "I'm well aware of that", he said.

In order to close the gap to their "noisy neighbours", Neville believes that Manchester United's current squad is lacking characters to drag them through such games - games they should have won.

'I don't want to be throwing quotes out there saying I want to be a manager'.

The midfielder was given a guard of honour by both teams on Sunday and had a hand in the only goal of the game, playing Juan Mata in behind the defence for the Spaniard to tee up Marcus Rashford. He leaves behind a playing career that included five Premier League titles and one Champions League title.

It was a potentially emotional occasion but Carrick preferred to look forward. "But I wouldn't say successful". I've got other things to do.

"Hopefully I have a chance of starting in the final".

"When I was younger I used to get really nervous before games, so much so, you are nearly throwing up before games".