He played 90 minutes in the last match, so probably not.
Of the 10, seven are in line for their league debuts. Plus, Tim Fosu-Mensah and Axel Tuanzebe.
Allardyce is already without Andros Townsend for a fixture Mourinho says will be started by his 20-year-old third-choice goalkeeper Joel Pereira. 'We will have Demetri Mitchell, McTominay, Josh Harrop, Matthew Willock, Angel Gomes and Zachary Dearnley.
"I think the Europa League competition is for teams that go to the Europa League in the beginning, like us".
"So everyone is going be there, crutches for Young, Shaw, Rojo, for Zlatan, but we all go together". One in the middle of a good structure, an experienced structure, I think yes.
"I think all of them gave me positive feelings". I think the next time he plays will be against Los Angeles Galaxy during the preseason tour. It'll not be easy for them.More news: Usmanov bid to buy Arsenal rejected by Kroenke
Clubs are in danger of breaching rules if they select players from outside their 25-man Premier League squads.
Palace are now 13th going into the final weekend of the season but can end up anywhere between 11th and 16th depending on how they do against United and how other results go.
Mourinho had previously confirmed Pogba would return having had a spell away from the team on compassionate grounds following the death of his father, but Wayne Rooney is set to be rested, while Chris Smalling has a minor problem. "A strong guy, strong mentality".
Rooney turned down a move to the Chinese Super League at the turn of the year but, with offers still thought to be on the table from the Far East, the England worldwide may be tempted to bring his 13-year spell with United to an end in the coming months.
However, he'll be delighted to have been spotted and signed by United, and so time will tell if he makes the grade at Old Trafford and whether or not Mourinho has picked up a real star of the future.
Mourinho fired the first shot in anger at United's opponents in Stockholm, claiming Ajax had no right being in the Europa League. "It's all good", said Mourinho.