Manchester United have no intention of selling David De Gea

Manchester United are not aware of a £60m bid from Real Madrid for David de Gea. Following that collapsed deal, de Gea went on to sign a four-year deal with United with an option to stay another year.

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The Portugal ace has scored 40 goals in all competitions to help Madrid to a second Champions League final in a row and claim their first LaLiga title since 2012.

Real Madrid's 60 million pounds offer overshadows the 18 million pounds that the club paid for the Spanish Number one goalkeeper in 2011 and also overshadows the transfer record fee for any goalkeeper in the world.

Manchester United were 2-0 winners against Ajax in the Europa League final last month as Jose Mourinho's side secured their place in next season's Champions League competition.

This past season, de Gea was selected to the PFA Team of the Year for the fourth time and third consecutive season.

De Gea has been one of the most pivotal figures for Manchester United over the course of his six-year spell at Old Trafford, often coming up with match defining saves at the most crucial junctures.

If a repeat of the past is to happen again this season, then David De Gea's transfer rumor to Real Madrid will stay alive all summer and will not be realized at the end.

United have noted reports in the Spanish media, which tend to be the prelude to a concerted effort to sign a player when they a club knows negotiations are not going to be straightforward.

  • Salvatore Jensen