Spanish goalkeeper set to turn down advances of Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea vowed to remain at Old Trafford according to The Sun.
The Spanish goalkeeper has firmly established himself as the club’s number one in recent months, and is currently enjoying a spell of 537 minutes without a goal.
The future of the goalkeeper remains uncertain however, with United boss Sir Alex Ferguson still unconvinced over the player’s aerial ability.
De Gea enjoys a good reputation in Spain and the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid are all thought to be ready to make a bid should the player become available.
Barcelona are in the market for a goalkeeper after their current number one Victor Valdes announced he would leave the club in search of a new challenge.
That speculation has been fuelled by reports in recent months linking United with a host of top goalkeepers.
The likes of Stoke’s Asmir Begovic and Swansea’s Michel Vorm are amongst a number of goalies who have been linked with a summer arrival at Old Trafford.
But De Gea has coped with his early criticism well and has vowed to fight for his place between the United goalposts.
De Gea’s recent good form has been rewarded with a call-up to the Spanish international squad for their games against Finland and France.