Mourinho fears Man Utd young guns could 'choke' v Palace

Mourinho fears Man Utd young guns could 'choke' v Palace

Mourinho fears Man Utd young guns could 'choke' v Palace

United manager Jose Mourinho claimed on Wednesday that he expects his goalkeeper to be at the club next season, but he will not feature in this Sunday's Premier League finale against Crystal Palace or next week's Europa League final.

Speaking ahead of the game he revealed what youngsters will play.

Asked who was in contention, Mourinho said: "You will have the two goalkeepers, Joel Pereira and Kieran O'Hara". (Demetri) Mitchell. (Josh) Harrop.

"I will bring three or four of the first-team players, to play one half each one". Sergio Romero has been great and I think he is a very good worldwide goalkeeper and he has to stay.

The game against Palace is a mere inconvenience for Mourinho and his side.

There is an element of embarrassment for United given that they are about to pay so much money for a player they let go on the cheap, but club sources maintain that Keane's career path would have been hindered by his lack of playing time under van Gaal.

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Sam Allardyce insists he will not be taking any risks on the final day against Manchester United, but wants one more big performance from Crystal Palace on the big stage. "They are a Champions League team, they come from the Champions League, I always disagree with it".

"Marouane Fellaini is the question mark; we wait for today's scans, we decided not to do it yesterday".

"I don't know (whether) Wayne (will play) or not".

He said: "Of course I spoke with Nicky and his opinion is important". Even when coming on for those last 10 minutes against Wigan he had no qualms about bossing around senior defenders Chris Smalling and Marcos Rojo when necessary.

"But I think the best debut for a young player is in the middle of an experienced structure, where he can be supported". Scott McTominay, another who debuted against the Gunners, is pushing for a first start in a midfield that will also include the more renowned face of Paul Pogba, who was given time off to mourn the passing of his father. Strong guy. Strong mentality.

"He's learning how to live after his father passed away, but he's strong and knows needs to play on Sunday because he hasn't played and hasn't trained for a long time".