Mourinho and Wenger have faced each other 18 times in the past and the Portuguese has lost just two of those matches.
"If you are at United, you need a manager with a winning mentality".
"I don't think everyone is saying "we're going to win it" which is probably a good thing", said Brown.
When asked if there was any possibility of De Gea not being at United next season, Mourinho said: "No chance".
United or Arsenal won the Premier League title in every season between 1995 and 2004, and matches between them were seldom tame. "PSG look like they might have a manager already but they will be there, he turned down Real Madrid years ago too but I doubt he will get a job like that".
Whilst both United and Arsenal have some fantastic players in their ranks, United seem to have the more complete squad. He will be hoping to leave Old Trafford on Sunday with one more special memory.
Pogba has answered the call in recent weeks, producing a match-altering display in a rousing comeback against champions Manchester City earlier this month and provided an assist for Alexis Sanchez in United's FA Cup semifinal defeat of Tottenham six days ago.
For the remainder of this campaign, Sanchez can help his side finish on a high as they'll want to secure second place and win the FA Cup.
"We spoke in the Euros and he told me he wanted me with him and wanted trophies". "Next season after pre-season, after being comfortable and adapted, he's going to be great for us", Mourinho said.
"I'll say goodbye to everybody".
However, there will be a lot of competition one would believe in signing a manager of Wenger's stature and commitment, once he does indeed leave Arsenal.
I think these great teams Arsenal had, and the fight they had shoulder to shoulder with Manchester United, made Manchester United better and better, so I hope they have that feeling. The way to get around teams who deploy a defensive-minded approach is to constantly try different methods of breaking them down.