De Gea is the Messi of goalkeepers, says Foster

De Gea is the Messi of goalkeepers, says Foster

Chris Smalling believes two hard-fought away victories is the ideal way for Manchester United to prepare for the return of the Champions League. Pogba hints at unhappiness when asked, and stays mysterious.

De Gea was speaking on the eve of United's Champions League opener against Young Boys, where he will have to contend with a plastic pitch.

Dea Gea insists he remains happy at Old Trafford and said: "I feel really loved by the fans and all the people who work for this club".

"It wouldn't be surprising to me", Pirlo told Tuttosport (via CalcioMercato) "Juventus always want to sign the best players and if one leaves the club I think they can sign Pogba once again".

"I am focused on my job and trying to help my team - try to improve every training session and try to be as good as I can, so I never listen to stupid things like this they say".

"So I can only comment on what is real for me, not in what I read, not in what I listen to".

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"It was a great performance from Daniel", said Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp after their opening Group C game. I know we are quite good, and -respecting them without getting afraid of them - but respecting them we have to.

Mourinho said he had no reason to believe Pogba wanted to leave United, indicating to him that the France worldwide was keen to stay. So I'm really happy.

"Juan and Ander, even if they are not playing or not playing a lot, not starting matches, from the personality point-of-view and character point-of-view, by what they represent in the modern society in football, they are nearly unique pieces that I also don't want to lose".

"We want to start well, winning games and of course try to win this competition but we know it's always hard to win".

"We know it will be a tough game but we need to play our best football to win".

Mourinho confirmed that Marcus Rashford, serving a three-match domestic ban, would start, while Diogo Dalot, a summer signing from Porto, could also be in the lineup. "I said already that Luke Shaw is playing and apart from him we have Diogo, Ashley Young and Matteo Darmian ready to play". Mourinho said: "He's selected but I just want to remind you we can only start with 11 so when you see the team you could try to speak about the ones that are going to play and not the ones that are not going to play".

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