Rashford On Target As Utd Sign-Off With Win

Rashford On Target As Utd Sign-Off With Win

Despite only started three games in all competitions this season, Mourinho has confirmed Carrick will be in Sunday's starting line-up against Watford at Old Trafford so United fans can pay tribute in the final home game of the season.

"I would also like to thank Manchester United and all the clubs where I have had the privilege of working during this period".

"I am going to have assistant coaches, I am going to have fitness coaches and a structure where they have specialists in different areas connected to the performance". Therefore, to materialise a deal for the 27-year-old as well as generate enough funds to bring in new central midfielders and centre-backs, the Portuguese is expected to offload some of his current players.

"The particular reason is I think it will be Michael Carrick in the future when he has his badges, pro licence, when he makes the bridge between being a player to assistant". Individuals suppose you generally is a participant sooner or later, coach the following, but it surely's not like that.

"If you have one guy next to you like that it really helps you".

Carrick left the field to a well deserved standing ovation after 83 minutes, replaced by Paul Pogba, plus hugs from his teammates and manager. I also play [Daley] Blind, [Eric] Bailly and [Juan] Mata. 'He is among the best.

Jose Mourinho
GETTY Jose Mourinho finished runners-up with Man Utd this season

Carrick is respected by United's players, staff, manager and the club's hierarchy who like the idea of a player being on the coaching staff.

'He can have a distinct imaginative and prescient, ' mentioned Mourinho.

Manchester United are set to miss out the Belgian duo Marouane Fellaini and Romelu Lukaku with muscle and ankle injuries and facing a race against time to be fit for the FA Cup final tie on Saturday evening.

"[Martial is] injured", said Mourinho. He was injured on Friday, yesterday he couldn't train. "He had treatment at the training ground", added the United boss. "I know he will be back on Tuesday".

"It was not an easy match because today we did not play for an objective", Mourinho told Sky Sports.

For his final game, Carrick walked onto the field with his two children into a guard of honour formed by both teams.

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