Manchester United title ambitions hinge on keeping David de Gea, says Herrera

Manchester United title ambitions hinge on keeping David de Gea, says Herrera

The Spain goalkeeper nearly moved to Madrid two years ago, but the move collapsed on deadline day.

Manchester United have also sold club captain Wayne Rooney and Belgian forward Adnan Januzaj, but De Gea remains a Red Devils player despite being linked with Real Madrid.

Mourinho claims Madrid pulled out of talks for De Gea.

"I'm repeating myself every day, but he's a goalkeeper who can give you points and that's very important", said Herrera.

"And my feeling is that it will be very hard for him to go".

"And my feeling is it will be very hard for him to go".

"He was contacted for a long time, the club was closed".

"So we opened it and then I chose to close, and the feeling from him is really, really good, I see him happy and 100 per cent he stays with us". And I don't think the feeling for him [towards Madrid] is very, very good.

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United are in an enviable position regarding their goalkeeping situation given there are few better back-ups than Sergio Romero.

"I'm impressed with [Romero] but I'm also impressed with David", Mourinho said. I think it was clear that Bale likes Madrid, likes the challenge, likes the situation.

"If somebody says I want to buy a player from Man United, I would ask "hey, I'm here, so be careful what you say".

"But I was getting the feedback from Mr Woodward, I was analysing myself from a distance because I never got involved, but I repeat the same: the market is very hard and if the club has no chance to give me the four players then so be it".

'So for me, 100% he stays with us'.

"The best thing that could happen for De Gea was the way Romero played last season", Mourinho said. Morata has since signed for Premier League rivals Chelsea, per BBC Sport.

"I'm not going always to be jumping from keeper to keeper, match, match, match".