Jones itching to play in Europa League final

Sandy Mccarthy
May 19, 2017

JOSE MOURINHO is expected to ring the changes for Manchester United's last day of the Premier League season.

However, the Portuguese confirmed that De Gea would continue next season at the club. I don't lose time.

"David is the the best in the world and obviously we want him to continue with us", assured Mourinho.

Following Wednesday's 0-0 draw at Southampton, United can finish no higher or lower than sixth, while victory over Ajax would guarantee Mourinho's side a place in next season's Champions League.

Midifelder Marouane Fellaini is doubtful for Manchester United's last league game and next week's Europa League final after sustaining an injury in Wednesday's goalless draw at Southampton. I arrived here [on a] free [transfer], nobody knew me and now Jose [Mourinho] gave me a lot of confidence and the players give me a lot of confidence and for me it's very important. "And I hope you don't kill me when you see my team".

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He said: "I hope Big Sam shows he is a good friend and he asks Wilfried Zaha to go slow and leaves Chrsitian Benteke at home and they go soft on us".

However, at his pre-match press conference at Palace's Beckenham training ground, Allardyce said: "We are going to play the last game with the fittest team we have got". It wouldn't happen overseas. With the fixture coming 72 hours before the Europa League final against Ajax in Stockholm, Mourinho is unwilling to risk the fitness of any of his first team players and will instead field an inexperienced side this weekend.

Asked if he would have done the same as Mourinho in his position, Allardyce added: "There's no doubt about that". We have a job to do and hopefully we can go there and do it.

Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger plans to review manager Claude Puel's future at the season's end, and after his team failed to score for the fourth home game in succession, sections of their supporters booed them off.

"Whether Jose plays a weakened side or not, it will always be a hard task because if there are younger players at Manchester United, they're definitely talented".

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