Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho made it clearer that the Spanish goalkeeper, David De Gea will stay with the team during his time at the club and will avoid him from any interested team in the summer.
In the last pre-match conference, Jose Mourinho mostly discussed the state of the team before he took over from the former manager, Louis Van Gaal as the main reason why the team was affected.
David De Gea current contract will end up by 2019 but Manchester United have the option to extend his contract for additional a year. The Spanish international was Real Madrid long-term target with other Premier League players but some claim to have no talk going.
After Manchester United exit in the Champions League by the most Europa League winner, Sevilla, David De Gea has been considering his stay at Old Trafford. But Mourinho has promised the fans that the 27-year old will remain as long as he remains in charge.
“I will never sell an important player because I do fight for myself and the team. Next manager will meet all important player in the team, including David De Gea, You will find players with a high mentality and good quality before I leave.”