Jose Mourinho has confirmed he does not expect David de Gea to play for Manchester United again this season, but insists he wants to keep the goalkeeper he regards as the world's best.
When asked when De Gea would next play for United, Mourinho told Sky Sports: "I think the first match in pre-season against Los Angeles".
"We played a good team, a team who tried to win and tried to finish well", Mourinho said after visiting goalkeeper Sergio Romero saved a barrage of hard shots, including Manolo Gabbiadini's fifth-minute penalty.
"We will bring 3-4 of the first-team players on Sunday, one half for each one, to give a bit of experience for each and save them all for Wednesday", Mourinho said. "David is top of the world and obviously we want to keep him".
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"I hope the fans on Sunday support the team, they forgive some naivety, they forgive some lack of confidence and I hope Big Sam (Allardyce, Palace's manager) shows he's a good friend and he goes slow".
José Mourinho, United coach I think we worked well, we played well; we could have lost as Romero made some incredible saves but we could have won as we had probably the two biggest chances.
"I'm here (in English football) already seven years; I never saw any detail of trying to care about the English teams involved in European competitions".
And the Portuguese, speaking after the game, noted that the Belgian had nothing more than a "little bad feeling" when he came off, before adding that nobody else suffered a knock. Sergio had a very good performance - more than very good.
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Saints have now failed to score in four of their last five games but Puel refused to be drawn on his future at the club.
"I think we played a good team, a good game, against a team that tried to win and tried to finish well and finish eighth".
But Puel is refusing to contemplate his dismissal, saying: "The chairman said we will have a debrief about the season which is the same with all the teams".
"He played 90 minutes in the last game [against Southampton], so probably not".
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"We had two different halves - the first one was without intensity and it was very hard after the penalty because that would have given us the confidence".
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