Ander Herrera states his prediction for Man United v Ajax
May 30 2017 by Marjorie Miles
The France global is reported to be one of Jose Mourinho's top targets for the window as he looks to bolster his squad for next term in a bid to improve on a sixth place finish in the Premier League. "We'd be round the table together having something to eat and then the TV would be put on and we'd watch the Champions League", Mata said.
And that may require some big signings this summer to adhere to those expectations, and as a resultMourinho may look to raid one of his nearest rivals to get the talent needed to push for the Premier League title.
Though the changes proved to be purposeful for the trip to Stockholm, but the clash showed the promise that United have in their ranks below the senior XI.
And he was brought off in the 88th minute - receiving a massive ovation on what could be his last appearance for the club - to be replaced by 16-year-old Angel Gomes who became United's youngest player for 61 years.
United play Ajax on Wednesday night in the final but before that they must face Crystal Palace in the last day of the league season and Mourinho has named 12 academy products in his squad for the game.
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"He always made me feel wanted and I owe him a lot for that".
The versatile defender has indicated that he is not yet anxious about his future but is adamant that he would like to stay a Manchester United player.
Speaking about Mourinho after the Southampton match, Souness said: "The last thing I would want is a manager continuously telling me I'm exhausted".
The match will be United's 64th and last of the season, and Mourinho used his programme notes on Sunday to blast pundits - including Graeme Souness - who claimed he was wrong to suggest his players were exhausted.
After just 14 minutes, 21-year-old midfielder Harrop, who had already enjoyed a couple of exciting forays down the left flank, raced onto a superb through ball from Pogba.
'You just have got to embrace that whenever you go out there and play like it is a normal game, and go and grab the opportunity'. He did it at Chelsea with the likes of Kurt Zouma so it baffles me that one. If he didn't think they were good enough, they wouldn't be playing.