Paul Pogba wants to stay - Jose Mourinho

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"I feel really loved by the fans and all the people who work for this club".

The 27-year-old's reaction may cause surprise at United given the confidence last month that he would sign again.

Juve's Ronaldo coup did leave Pirlo surprised though, the 2006 World Cup victor admitting that he struggled to believe that his former club would be in for the Portugal star until someone at the club confirmed it to him. The only thing that is clear for me is that the player never - never, in all these days we are together - told me that he wants to leave.

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. He is of the same mind as José Mourinho that the surface will make the match more hard.

"I think in the second half we made a step forward and we were able to get out and try to create more chances, and we competed better", he said.

"He was good, the only thing I don't like from Chris at this moment is his haircut, but I am nobody to tell him that", Mourinho joked, according to FourFourTwo.

Mourinho said he had no reason to believe Pogba wanted to leave United, indicating to him that the France global was keen to stay.

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"Then we stopped being aggressive with and without the ball, gave them a chance to be reborn and give us a hard match".

Mourinho used the example of Roger Federer to illustrate the requisite mindset his players must adopt.

"By experience, when a team reaches the quarterfinals then even the teams that are not favourites, when you arrive in the quarterfinals you smell the distance is not very far and every team starts thinking about it, but is too early now", he said.

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

In Valencia's absence - the full-back's knee injury precludes him from playing on the artificial surface - Diogo Dalot, the 19-year-old signed from Porto in the summer, may make his United debut.

"I hope they will stay", said Mourinho.

'We are ready to do it, we have a hard group.

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