Martial a doubt for FA Cup final - Mourinho

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The 36-year-old Carrick could still play one final time for United as Jose Mourinho's side faces Chelsea in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

Carrick started in Manchester United's 1-0 win over Watford at Old Trafford and it was his last league appearance as he will be hanging up his boots at the end of the season.

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Mourinho's comments came after Martial had been spotted being driven away from Old Trafford hours before the win over Watford. I would like to thank him for the opportunity and confidence, for the knowledge and experience, but most importantly for his friendship.

"He had treatment in the morning at the training round and he stayed away". If Eden Hazard goes to Actual Madrid, I'm positive Chelsea could be eager on a swap deal.

The club recently announced current assistant manager Rui Faria would be ending a 17-year partnership with Mourinho, leaving the club when the campaign is over, amid links to the Arsenal job.

"[Martial's injured]. He was injured in Friday's training session, yesterday couldn't train", Mourinho told reporters.

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"I think it will be Michael Carrick in future, when he has his badges".

A long pass over the Watford defence, not unlike something you would see from his former colleague Paul Scholes, set Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford on their way.

"[Martial is] injured", said Mourinho.

"I think they're different games really". We've done a good job.

United have had to settle for second best as a result, but they can still land the FA Cup and Mata believes there is cause for optimism.

"That is the hardest thing for me but his happiness is more important and, of course, I respect his decision". He's ambitious. I don't know what will happen in the future. It wasn't ever going to be changed today but it can't be said that over the weeks since the semi final, the squad haven't had a chance to prove their own case.

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