Jose Mourinho has once again implored Manchester United fans to support them as much as possible against Liverpool.
There has been palpable tension between Mourinho and the United supporters throughout the season.
The Portuguese held a finger to his lips after beating Tottenham in October, with a number of his second-half decisions having been booed.
He has also questioned fans for their lack of atmosphere at Old Trafford.
United fans sought a meeting with Mourinho over his complaints, which he refused.
But he has again tried to ensure a louder stadium when United host Liverpool in a crucial game on Saturday.
“I think [Liverpool and United] both want to finish top four but we both want to finish second, so I think it is a big game, and then Seville knockout and Brighton knockout so we have three matches at Old Trafford,” Mourinho told MUTV.
“If possible, [we should] give some tickets to the United fans that were [at Selhurst Park].”
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