Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Jose Mourinho says Manchester United's last Premier League game should be moved

Jose Mourinho says Manchester United's last Premier League game should be moved

Jose Mourinho has pledged that Manchester United will do all they can to keep goalkeeper David de Gea at Old Trafford amid reported interest from Real Madrid.

Manchester United will take on Ajax in the Europa League final in Stockholm next Wednesday night as they look to secure a place in next season's Champions League.

Asked when De Gea might be seen in a United shirt again, Mourinho said: "The first match against LA Galaxy in pre-season in Los Angeles".

And Mourinho said that, despite an imperfect display, he was pleased with his side's desire to prove themselves ahead of the Ajax clash - signalling out Romero for individual praise.

"I hope to play Sergio in the final and hopefully we don't have problems with the keepers. David is top of the world and obviously we want to keep the top in the world".

Despite the hard-fought draw, in which Southampton would have won but for the brilliance of United's stand-in goalkeeper Sergio Romero, manager Claude Puel remains under pressure.

"We have the Argentina national goalkeeper and the Spanish national goalkeeper - two of the best national teams in the world", Mourinho said.

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"The second half was interesting as there was quality and many chances without a good reward. They showed me that they want to be in the final, they want to be an option".

"The team wasn't ideal but individually they gave me good things".

With Saints struggling for goals at home, having now failed to score in their last four matches at St Mary's, a run that stretches over six hours of football, he could do with a break.

It was the third penalty miss in the last five games for Saints.

"We had two different halves - the first one was without intensity and it was very hard after the penalty because that would have given us the confidence".

"It is important to keep the good focus about the pitch and we have the possibility to finish (eighth in) the table". "It's a problem perhaps for us but in the second half I'm happy with our comeback".

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