Jose Mourinho has no plan of permitting David De Gea to leave as Manchester United are attempting to pull in the best players, not lose them.
Mourinho has reinforced his squad with a modest bunch of stars each mid year since succeeding Louis van Gaal and a month ago dug into the January window out of the blue to get Alexis Sanchez.
The main exits to date have been out-of-favour players however Real Madrid keep on being connected with a move for De Gea, who was on the very edge of a change to the Bernabeu in 2015.
Zinedine Zidane’s men could rather move this summer for Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois – a man who this week admitted his “heart is in Madrid” – however Mourinho isn’t occupied with so much talk as he hopes to continue assembling his group.
“I don’t talk about Courtois,” he said of a player he oversaw at Chelsea.
“Do you think a club that is attempting to draw in the best players is a club that is available to offer their best players? Has neither rhyme nor reason.
“On the off chance that you need to go to that level, we need to draw in the best players as we did with Alexis, [Nemanja] Matic, [Paul] Pogba et cetera, and don’t release our best players.”