"We've got loads of good examples of players being out for a year on loan and coming back as men so let's see what we decide on these boys but I can see a lot of them staying here and getting chances".
What form are both teams in?
United have not won for a month and have taken just eight points from the final 27 available to fall out of the race for the top four, eventually finishing sixth. After last week's disaster, only a win will do.
United can only finish as high as fifth this term after another underwhelming season in the post-Alex Ferguson era.
"I have just tried to give my best always".
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United concluded a hard Premier League campaign with a 2-0 defeat at home to relegated Cardiff, leaving them sixth in the Premier League as they finished 32 points behind champions Manchester City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be sacked if Manchester United lose to Cardiff City. The Manchester United squad gathered at Old Trafford on Thursday night to mark the end of a tumultuous season at home in Europe.
United head into the final weekend of the campaign 29 points behind leaders Manchester City and Solskjaer is not convinced the gap between Pep Guardiola's side and Liverpool can be bridged over the course of one summer.
Lingard admits the players are disappointed with their performances this season, but says the club will "regroup and come back stronger" next season. When you've got that raw pace, you're a threat at any level so as a winger, obviously for me playing as a winger, when I was younger, you then have to develop the other parts of your game which I feel he is doing. We had some young players knocking on the door all season and we'll start with one or two of the kids as well.
'This summer will be also about players that can last here for many years'. Pogba may start alongside Garner and Gomes to add some experience to the youth players.
"I played here under him".
The Norwegian said at the club's end-of-season awards last night that they should invest wisely in the transfer market and nurture youth players to become competitive again.