CONFIRMED: Real Madrid doesn’t want David de Gea

The Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that he is not interested in Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, according to The Mirror.

The 24-year-old, who still has one year to go on his current contract – has been in rumours to be linked with a move to the European champions in the summer, but Ancelotti’s comments would welcomed with smiles by the Red Devils supporters.

The Spaniard has established himself as one of the best shot-stopper in the Premier League after a successful season with the 20-times english champions, which has seen him to get the nominations for the PFA player of the Year and Young Players’ Player of the Year awards.

However, Ancelotti has claimed that he is happy with his current No. 1 keeper Iker Casillas.

“I see myself here next season with Casillas,” Ancelotti told reporters. “The three best goalkeepers in the world are at Real Madrid and we have never spoken about signing a goalkeeper.”

De Gea joined Manchester United in 2011 for a British record fee for a goalkeeper that is £17.8 million.

Man Utd to face league leaders Chelsea in a Premier League action at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

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