Mourinho hopeful De Gea will stay at United

Jose Mourinho officially drags Man Utd to new low

Mourinho’s United have drawn 15 games so far

Manchester United's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho points at the badge on his chest as he leaves the pitch at the end of the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Chelsea at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on April 16, 2017.

The game had little significance for either side, with United guaranteed to finish in sixth place and Southampton now in eighth place and unable to finish any higher. To play so many kids at the same time I don't think it's good because there is a big difference in quality strength and experience.

The result at St Mary's was United's 15th draw of a frustrating league season and means they are guaranteed to register their lowest number of wins in a campaign since the 1990-91 season. The stability that clubs manage to give. "I can not say that but I'm pretty sure that from a mental and a tactical point of view, we have had a very good evolution". I never saw. It's just a lost battle; we have to accept the way it is.

"Anything I need, I know I can count on them and they will always try to help me and tell me what I can do to improve".

"There is work to be done".

"I hope that Big Sam shows he's a good friend and they go slow".

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is hopeful that the club will retain goalkeeper David De Gea, who he rates as "the top in the world".

He didn't just come in and say "there you go - play every game". I'm working hard every day and the next step is on Sunday, so let's focus on that and we will see.

"Everybody expects performances according to that huge transfer fee and that brings pressure and sometimes unfair analysis".

"We will play our 56th game next Wednesday and if you look at the age of the players we have, then it is a really young team who have also played a lot of games", said Bosz. I never saw. I never saw.

Mourinho, meanwhile, has praised Wayne Rooney's professionalism amid one of his most hard seasons at Old Trafford.

In fact, the United line-up could be so young that it will be on par with Ajax's starlets.

"It's very hard. The good thing with Wayne is that he's very much a club man".

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