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Mourinho sweating over Fellaini injury after Southampton draw

19 Mai 2017

You only know them when you have them in good moments and bad moments.

"To play so many kids at the same time, honestly, I don't think it's good".

"You (journalists) are English, you are here since you were born".

Back in Europe following a seven-year absence, United's confidence was up.

Stoke City shot-stopper Jack Butland is also mooted as a possible option, but Oblak is regarded the No.1 target in their report as the Slovenian global has gone on to establish himself as one of the best in his position in Europe over the last few years. "I thought he was very good today". "We have to accept the way it is", he added.

Ajax will go into the final 10 days on from their previous fixture, the 3-1 win at Willem II that wrapped up their league campaign.

Jose Mourinho has made it clear that he is determined to hold on to David de Gea in the close season, despite leaving the Spain goalkeeper out of his squad for Wednesday's Premier League draw with Southampton amid reported interest from Real Madrid.

Demetri Mitchell, Axel Tuanzebe, Eric Bailly and Scott McTominay should all start.

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"It will be important to recover after this game because we play every three days and it will be hard to prepare this game but the last game at home in front of our home fans I hope a good reward for the players". He tells to (Wilfried) Zaha to go slow, he leaves (Christian) Benteke at home.

'We only train with 23 players but now no one injured so instead of looking at United I look at my team'.

"I don't blame myself or our decision", Mourinho said.

Marouane Fellaini came off rubbing the back of his right thigh against Southampton, but Mourinho said the Belgian midfielder was confident he had not torn his hamstring.

The result had no material impact on United's season, given they were already guaranteed to finish sixth, and means Mourinho's men have now drawn 15 times this season.

Souness also rightly pointed out that United's last few games in the Premier League haven't exactly been the most physically taxing.

Southampton manager Claude Puel refused to discuss his future at the club, which is the subject of speculation.

"Any team has a debrief at the end of the season and this is normal but the end of the season is after the last game", said Puel, 55. "We did things that nobody in this club in the first season". "It's important to focus on our last game".

Mourinho sweating over Fellaini injury after Southampton draw