Manchester United confident of keeping David De Gea because of one reason

Manchester United confident of keeping David De Gea because of one reason

Manchester United confident of keeping David De Gea because of one reason

However, practically out of nowhere, Jose Mourinho secured the services of Romelu Lukaku for £75m, snatching the Belgian from under Antonio Conte's nose.

"I don't want to be disrespectful, we don't have our door closed, we are not happy with just Lukaku and Lindelof".

"The squad needs that balance".

"We have three or four players that only by the end of the year they can be back to football, so we need two more players I would say. Nor one from Real Madrid", Mourinho replied when asked about the club's interest in the 24-year old.

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"We need more. We wanted four so I would say 50 per cent of the job done, but I don't want to say that, because everything is so hard that I wouldn't like to be in (executive vice-chairman) Ed Woodward's position negotiating".

"I think the market is so odd, the prices are absolutely out of context, so the clubs without the power to sell, refuse to sell, are one step ahead and there are many clubs in the Premier League who refuse to sell their best players and that is fantastic and makes the competition so hard".

"I am nobody to talk about a player who is not from my team".

While United believe that De Gea is now much more settled in Manchester than two years ago, when his relationship with former manager Louis van Gaal had become strained, there is an acceptance within the club that a move to Real will always be a temptation for the 26-year-old, whose pop star girlfriend Edurne Almagro Garcia continues to live in Madrid.

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"Yes, we have had interest, that is obvious and it's public".

"The directors made an offer which they felt was fair but even so, we didn't reach an agreement".

Leicester City could find it hard to stand in the way of goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel moving to Manchester United this summer, if David de Gea - still a target for Real Madrid - does finally move away from Old Trafford. It's not for us to put a price on a Real Madrid player.

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