Some of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea...
United's current manager, Mourinho signed Willian during his second reign at Chelsea in 2013 and has previously attempted to sign the winger for Manchester United.
United finished second in the Premier League this season, while Chelsea failed to qualify for next season's Champions League. Few FA Cup finals have been as eagerly awaited as this season's, with both managers desperate to avoid the ignominy of ending the campaign with no silverware.More news: Malaysia police searches ex-PM Najib Rajak's home
Juventus, Bayern Munich, Dortmund and Arsenal - who attempted a move in January - have all also been credited with an interest in Martial in recent times.
After a 3-0 defeat by Newcastle United on their final Premier League fixture of the season, Antonio Conte's side have now placed their focus on a good end to the season with a victory in the final against United. "In the end, it's the players who play and if we are not where we want to be it's because other teams have been better than us".
It comes after reports claiming Dortmund have entered a race to sign Morata, who has been linked with a return to Juventus after a hard season at Chelsea.
"This is very nice but hopefully it will not be his day (tomorrow) and Chelsea can win", the Spanish World Cup victor said. "When I analyse my work, the effort I put in and everything we do in the club, and that includes the most important persons who are the players, I am not going to make an analysis based on one very important match. We have to approach the game with the correct mentality", Rashford said.More news: What Is 'Google One' And Do You Need To Care?
In the Premier League Matic topped the charts for the Red Devils for a whole host of funky stats, including making more passes, having more touches and running further than any of his team-mates.
And as two of the best teams in England since the turn of the century, these two sides have met several times in the past. I like to play to win.
And he will know that doing the same against this Chelsea side - certainly unsafe but prone to stagnancy at times - will cause problems against a defence which has come under serious scrutiny this season. I'm not convinced about The Lion King, but in terms of this weekend my gut feeling is United will claim yet another notch on their FA Cup bedpost.
In hindsight, the Italian was right to warn against complacency as Chelsea have fallen well short of the form they showed in storming to the title last season.More news: Steven Spielberg in talks to direct Leonardo DiCaprio in biopic