The French star spoke to Premier League Productions and opened up on his injury, "I had a big injury and missed a lot of games, but now I feel much better".
With that in mind, here are six players that could be heading to the chopping block in the summer.
The Frenchman has endured three hard campaigns in England, and is said to be frustrated with life in Manchester and the lack of first team starts with the FA Cup finalists this season. So, he doesn't need to leave to play. SMS, as he is often referred to, brings the physicality Moutinho craves but also the technical ability to hugely improve the squad. That's human beings playing football.
Mourinho has no plans for a major overhaul of his squad, arguing he does not have the finances to buy players at will, which could be interpreted as a criticism of Manchester City.
The Reds will look to sign off the 2017/18 league campaign with a victory on Sunday, with kick-off at 15:00 BST at the Theatre of Dreams, ahead of the Emirates FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday 19 May.
The Man U manager has made it very clear that he would want the teammates to have the same mentality as him to avoid losing to weaker teams. But media reports have linked the 20-year-old with a loan move next season to gain experience.
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Watchdog groups questioned the arrangement, noting that Cohen had not previously lobbied on behalf of the health care industry. The company said the agreement "focused on USA healthcare policy matters" and that the "terms were consistent with the market".
The Daily Mirror is reporting that the Red Devils are keen on a deal to sign the 19-year-old US worldwide as they look to bring the highly-rated midfielder to Old Trafford.
With West Brom's relegation now confirmed, a member of the successful Sir Alex Ferguson era could be available for cheap.
More important than that though, is the feeling of triumph to end the season.
With a top four finish already secured (as well as a place in next season's Champions League), United only need one point from their final two matches to ensure a second place finish this season. So is this swap deal a good move by Mourinho?