Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has insisted that he wants to “win more titles” at Old Trafford under new manager Jose Mourinho.
The Spaniard was on the verge of joining Real Madrid last summer, but the move fell through after paperwork was not completed in time, thankfully. David De Gea performed a U-turn by signing a new contract at Old Trafford, but rumours that Real Madrid will swoop again for the shot-stopper persist for this summer but according to the 25-year-old, he is looking ahead to life at Manchester United under Mourinho, who was named as Louis van Gaal’s successor last week.
Speaking with Marca, De Gea said:
“Talk about Jose Mourinho and you’re talking about a winner
“Winning is United’s, Jose’s and my philosophy. We can make a great team and I welcome him.
“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, who joined the Red Devils from Atletico Madrid in 2011, is now focusing on Spain’s Euro 2016 campaign in France.
Manchester United striker Anthony Martial has claimed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be a “really good” addition to the team. Especially ahead of this summers Euro 2016, you can get EURO 2016 news at bethut and follow France, with Martial up top.
The Swedish international has been linked with a free transfer to Old Trafford following his decision to leave Paris Saint-Germain. The 34-year-old has remained tight-lipped about his future destination, but Martial wants him at United.
The Frenchman has also spoken positively about Jose Mourinho’s appointment as Louis van Gaal’s successor.
“We know that Mourinho is a great coach, one of the best in the world,” the Manchester Evening News quotes Martial as saying. “If Zlatan was to come, it would be really good. He’s a great striker, he will bring us experience.”
Ibrahimovic has played for Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Milan and PSG.