Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has been heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford in recent times, and it is understood Real Madrid are ready to do all it takes to bring him to the Bernabeu.
However, manager Jose Mourinho has sent some warning to the La Liga heavyweights over their interest in his talented shot-stopper.
The Spain international almost completed a move to the Spanish capital in the summer of 2015, and the Champions League winners have long held an interest in him.
There are speculations they will do all it takes to sign De Gea this summer, as it appears Zinedine Zidane is fed up with Keylor Navas and the French boss wants to replace him.
But it appears Zidane has been asked to look elsewhere after manager Jose Mourinho said the player won’t be leaving his side anytime soon.
According to the Portuguese boss, it makes no sense for a club like Manchester United – who are trying to sign the best players in the world – to allow superb players leave the club.
David’s current contract at Old Trafford will expire in 2019 – but Manchester United have the option to extend his stay by another year by activating a clause in his contract.