Friday, 3 June 2016

David de Gea welcomes Jose Mourinho at Manchester United as keeper sets his sights on silverware next season.

David de Gea is focused on helping Spain defend their title as European champions this summer in France, but the goalkeeper is already looking forward to joining up with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United next season.
The Spanish stopper had been linked with a move away from Old Trafford prior to Louis van Gaal's departure, and it is believed that Mourinho's arrival had a major say in his decision to resist the overtures being made by Real Madrid.
The Portuguese has already begun work on creating a new dynasty at United after three years of mediocrity and De Gea believes the former Chelsea manager can return the club to its former glories.
David de Gea is looking forward to joining up with Jose Mourinho after the European Championship finals

David de Gea is looking forward to joining up with Jose Mourinho after the European Championship finals
Mourinho was at Wembley to watch his countrymen lose 1-0 to England in a Euro 2016 warm-up game

Mourinho was at Wembley to watch his countrymen lose 1-0 to England in a Euro 2016 warm-up game
'Talk about Jose Mourinho and you're talking about a winner,' De Gea told Marca. 'Winning is United's, Jose's and my philosophy. We can make a great team and I welcome him.'
Mourinho was confirmed as Van Gaal's successor last week and his arrival has injected fresh optimism throughout the United squad with the club close to making Zlatan Ibrahimovic their first signing of the new era.
De Gea was on the verge of leaving United last September when only paperwork prevented him from swapping clubs with Keylor Navas at Madrid, but the 25-year-old has now committed his future to the Red Devils. 
De Gea believes Mourinho is a winner and he will bring that mentality to Old Trafford as of next season

De Gea believes Mourinho is a winner and he will bring that mentality to Old Trafford as of next season
Mourinho was shown around United's Aon Training Complex by executive vice chairman Ed Woodward

Mourinho was shown around United's Aon Training Complex by executive vice chairman Ed Woodward

The former Atletico Madrid keeper was named United's Player of the Year in the last three seasons, and having tasted his first piece of silverware last month with FA Cup success, he is keen to add to his trophy collection after quashing speculation over his future once and for all.
'People talk a lot and they know little,' he added. 'I know how all this works, but what I think is disrespectful is when people start making out that it's something I have said.
'I've got three more years on my contract with United and the desire to win more titles here. When it comes to United, if you don't win everything, it's not good enough.
'This FA Cup is important for the club, it's important for the fans, and it's an important step towards winning major titles again.' 
De Gea is keen to add to his trophy collection after quashing speculation over his future once and for all

De Gea is keen to add to his trophy collection after quashing speculation over his future once and for all
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