Publicado: Mier, Diciembre 06, 2017
Negocios | By Lorenzo Cobo

Jose Mourinho: 'David de Gea is only third-best Manchester United goalkeeper'

Jose Mourinho: 'David de Gea is only third-best Manchester United goalkeeper'

Victor notably won the Man of the Match award after the 1-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion, before excelling as part of a back three in the away wins at Watford and Arsenal.

The powerful midfielder will however, play no part on Match Day 6. He led Manchester United's counter-attacks during the game, providing two assists to Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard, helping them to score the first and third goals, respectively.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has this evening revealed why defender Marcos Rojo was omitted from his squad for this evening's clash with CSKA Moscow.

Of course, there was still the small matter of having to definitively clinch a spot in the knockout stages of the competition, but only a loss to CSKA by seven or more goals and Basel winning the other game in the section against Benfica would have seen Manchester United crash out.

"I have to think [about who plays]".

"The next match is the match that matters".

"So it will be interesting - they will maybe sit behind the ball a little bit more".

"In big matches you need goalkeepers to be there for you, but all the effort from the players was magnificent".

Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Tottenham are also keen and that's why the German press are reporting that Schalke are ready to offer Goretzka a club record £150,000-a-week deal to secure his loyalty.

Gabriel Jesus said the opponents don't even try to win: "We took on teams that came with the intention of drawing, more the draw than the victory". Mourinho's tactics have the team more defensively solid, and de Gea has had it easier for some time. "I just need to decide what's best for me, for my career, and I mean to do it not after January".

In that respect, should fans worry about the style of performance and the manner in which United held against the odds? When the German begins to float around, he is generally trying to expose a weakness in the opposition or open up space for his teammates. I am not going to make him play so Matic is out.

With a Premier League title to chase, that would not be ideal.

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