Man United keeper David De Gea rules out Madrid move

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has reiterated that he is happy at the club despite being linked with a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid.

The 23-year-old, who joined the Red Devils from Atletico Madrid in a £18 million deal in 2011, has strongly dismissed the possibility of making a move away from Manchester United to join Champions League winners Real Madrid next summer.

The Spaniard has been in his best form this season, and has been touted as a possible return to the Spanish capital.

However, the shot-stopper has dismissed the speculations, by insisting he’s happy where he is.

De Gea told German magazine Kicker: “[They are] Just rumours. I’m happy here.”

“Starting problems are quite normal under a new coach with a complete new concept,” De Gea added.

“That’s a process and Van Gaal always says that we will improve, but it takes time. But without a doubt, United have to reach the Champions League again.”

Manchester United are currently sit in sixth position in the Premier League, with 12 points and ready to face Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday.