Wayne Rooney gives clearest indication he will leave Man Utd this summer
- Author: Leroy Wright May 27, 2017,
May 27, 2017, 23:17
And ahead of his return to Europe's elite competition, manager Mourinho is set to spend a whopping £200million on summer signings in the upcoming transfer window, according to the Times.
"Yesterday we didn't want to have the press conference because we had to prepare ourselves to do our job and to try to forget events which are much more important than our job", he said referrring to the decision to cancel the news conference.
United's players flew to Sweden in somber mood and with heavy hearts following the tragedy at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday, and were determined to produce a display that served as a tribute to the victims and their families.
After rebuilding his reputations and getting the Manchester United fans on his side, Fellaini spoke of his happiness at Old Trafford and pledged his allegiance to Mourinho.
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"It means everything for the team".
The first game of next season will be against either Juventus or Real Madrid - whichever team wins the Champions League - in the European Super Cup in Skopje, Macedonia, on August 8. The club now has every title in world football.
"I think United gave the city a lift and I think that was what it was about".
Mourinho stressed that his team were able to block from their minds Monday's attack in Manchester and focus on their biggest game of the season. But in a bad season. we won three trophies. I am so happy to see the boys with the crutches with the trophy and now I am on holiday. However, all of United's other first team central defenders are not up to his standard. 'We have a lot of players playing exceptionally well in the area of the pitch that Wayne plays, ' explained Southgate. "We've done it, and we're proud", Pogba said. "I think I have to make a decision in terms of a football decision, and that's what I'll do, I'll do that the next few weeks with my family while I'm away and as soon as I know what's going on I'm sure you will".
"We knew where they were better than us, we knew where we were better than them, we tried to kill their good qualities and exploit their weaknesses". I am very happy and I thank everyone that had a contribution for that, and I'm not speaking just about the players. They did not just lose the manager, but key staff too like chief executive David Gill.