13 Mar, 10:00
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has yet again cautioned Real Madrid against pursuing star goalie David de Gea.
Speaking at an interview ahead of their Champions League clash against Sevilla, the Special One told Spanish news outlet La Sexta, “I think he (De Gea) will stay. I don't know what Real Madrid's intentions are, but if I were them, I would think of another player."
De Gea long since been a key target for Madrid and even came close to joining the Spanish giants on deadline day of the 2015 summer transfer window before complications arose with the paperwork that was necessary to complete the deal - a development that has since strained the relationship between the two sides.
The stopper, who is widely considered to be arguably the best goalkeeper in football today, continues to an invaluable asset on the Red Devils squad, evidenced by a Premier League record 15 clean sheets that the Spaniard has managed to keep this season.