Mourinho mulls United changes at Arsenal

Mourinho mulls United changes at Arsenal

Mourinho mulls United changes at Arsenal

Wenger said in his press conference ahead of Arsenal's match against the Red Devils that he is open to making peace with the Manchester United boss, but Mourinho stressed that there is no need for that as there are no problems between the two.

"In relation to the Premier League, I think it is too late", said Mourinho.

It means he is likely to rest players on Sunday when his United side face Arsenal.

The post Mourinho: I don't want peace with Wenger appeared first on Vanguard News. For his part, Wenger branded Mourinho "stupid".

Manchester United won the EFL Cup this season thanks to a 3-2 win against Southampton at Wembley.

Mourinho was quick to praise the England global after the game.

"I feel sympathy for all the other managers because we live through the same pain".

"Football has changed. Now it is a game that makes it ¬impossible for managers to stay in their position for a long time".

I am a big boy, I've been in football all my life.

Wenger added: "Ideally you have to be careful with that because you can not do that in every single game".

There was a time when qualifying for the Champions League was even easier, basically you had to be the champion of your country or Europe to get in.

Mourinho instead vowed to keep his key players as fresh as possible for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo on May 11having claimed a vital 1-0 first leg lead in Spain thanks to Marcus Rashford's victor on Thursday night.

"I would agree with Arsene that any side chosen by Jose will be strong because as far is depth is concerned, I think they have the best squad", Wilkins told Premier League Daily.

The poor finishing angered Jose Mourinho, not for the first time this season.

They were words that were clearly created to fire United fans into life as Mourinho's side look to make a final step into the Europa League final, with an injury problem to match-winner Rashford one of the concerns coming out of the game.

"What people on the outside say is what they will say - and it doesn't matter".

"I don't like to say this competition is for one goalkeeper, that competition is for another one", he said. He's very mature and let's forget the age because what matters is not age [but] the quality.

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