David De Gea has reiterated that he is happy at Manchester United but has suggested he will look to leave if Jose Mourinho’s side end another season without a trophy.
Ahead of Spain’s World Cup campaign, the 27-year-old was questioned once again about a potential move to Real Madrid this summer. De Gea came close to joining Madrid in 2015 and has remained on the Spanish club’s radar.
Reports in Spain have claimed that Madrid president Florentino Perez wants to sign De Gea as Keylor Navas’ long-term replacement. But the United goalkeeper is happy to remain at Old Trafford – as long as the club continue to win trophies.
‘On August 30, I want to be at my home, calm and without thinking about anything except my team,’ De Gea told COPE. ‘I don’t think Florentino Perez has my number.
‘I don’t know if I’ll be the goalkeeper at Real Madrid, what I do know is that I’m very happy in Manchester. ‘What I want is to win titles, like every other player.’
Real Madrid have been desperately chasing for De Gea’s signature for the last several years.