David de Gea hits out at 'stupid' criticism

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"I feel really loved in this club, the fans, all the people who work for this club, so I'm really happy to be at this club", De Gea said. "I don't know if that is true", Mourinho responded when asked whether the situation at United was hard given Raiola's apparent plans to secure a Spain switch for Pogba".

"Getting two wins on the bounce and coming into a month where there are so many games, I think we are building momentum at the right time".

"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.

The report further states that the Serie A giants do not want to sell Perisic as the Croatian is one of their best players.

However, De Gea brushed off the criticism as he prepared to face Young Boys Bern in United's opening Champions League group game in Switzerland on Wednesday night. Yet he hinted he had complained about it at a recent Uefa meeting while also branding it a disadvantage for any visiting side.

"You want to be involved for a top club, you want to be involved for your country as well and it was a disappointment, but I had to turn it into a positive to a point where I have my rest and I have a full preseason which I have not had for a while".

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

"I would focus on the first match, and after that on the group phase, one of the most hard group phases, and we have two positions to qualify and our focus must be on that".

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

"I'm very happy with the points, I'm very happy with the spirit. We have to do it". "We want to start well, winning games and try to win the competition but we know it's always hard to win".

Marcus Rashford will start against the side who last season became the Swiss champions for the first time since 1986.

"Probably more hard for us but we have to train today to see how the balls work on this pitch".