Anthony Martial sends message to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

Tyler Owen
May 4, 2018

Mourinho - who spoke to reporters after his side's 2-1 win over Arsenal on Sunday, with Fellaini coincidently heading home the victor - believes that the deal will be finalised soon, and the player will be remaining with the Red Devils.

Wenger is stepping down at the end of the season and the defeat against United was his last game in charge of Arsenal at Old Trafford. The win secured a top-four finish and Champions League football next season for the Red Devils. Mavropanos, who nobody knew before, has done well. "Manchester United, as a club, should always play in the Champions League, so we are very happy for that and, right now, we are focusing on keeping second place and that's what we work for every week now".

Although Arsenal have stagnated in the latter period of Wenger's near 22-year spell at the club, Ferguson accepts he had to learn some lessons from the 68-year-old, who won three Premier Leagues between 1997-98 and 2003-04.

Meanwhile, Wenger is now preparing his Arsenal side for their trip to Atletico Madrid in the return leg of their crunch Europa League semi-final tie on Thursday night.

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The win ensured that the Red Devils would be playing in the Champions League next season. We are a young team in terms of many circumstances.

Fellaini was signed for Manchester United by former manager David Moyes in the summer of 2013, for a fee believed to be in the range of £27.5 million.

'I think next season is a big season for us.

Mourinho wasn't sure about the seriousness of the Belgium striker's injury, with the FA Cup final against Chelsea three weeks away and the World Cup just over six weeks away. "He was not on the list", said Wenger.

By then, United was 1-0 ahead thanks to Paul Pogba's 16th-minute goal. "It made the Premier League". Aaron Cresswell curled a free kick to reduce the deficit to 2-1 for West Ham, which is three points above the relegation zone with three games left.

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