Here's why De Gea will not be leaving Manchester United this summer

Ivan Schwartz
July 17, 2017

United boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed that his side's pursuit of Morata, 24, was over after Real Madrid rejected offers for the striker, seemingly hinting that he considered signing both the Spanish global and Lukaku this summer.

As per the provided Mirror link, the Los Blancos previously backed away from signing the Spanish worldwide and their renewed interest has angered Jose Mourinho, who is now ready to sign Toni Kroos from the European Champions.

Last week a number of reports in England claimed that Manchester United still expect Real Madrid to reignite their interest in the keeper before the end of the current transfer window.

As reported by goal, Herrera said: "Of course I wanted to have Morata as a team-mate, he was very close because the two clubs negotiated".

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However, United failed to reach an agreement with Los Blancos over his transfer fee and instead signed Lukaku in a deal worth around £75m. "I think he's going to stay", Mata insisted. "It is a pity he is not with us, but he is a top striker and will be a success wherever he is".

Asked what he thought would happen with De Gea this summer, the former Madrid youth player said there would be no movement.

"The selling club is the one who puts the price on the player, the buying club doesn't". I enjoyed seeing his growth at Juventus and Madrid.

"I didn't negotiate, it was Mr [chief executive Ed] Woodward who negotiated with Romelu, his agent [Mino Raiola] and the Everton board, the only thing I did was to call him when the situation was nearly there just to guarantee him that he would be an important player in my team".

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