Herrera tells Real Madrid: De Gea happy at Man Utd!

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Juan Mata has insisted that Manchester United teammate and good friend David de Gea will not leave Old Trafford this summer.

The 27-year-old Spaniard midfielder was fundamental in the Red Devils' all three honours last season, scoring two goals and adding seven assists.

However, there have been recent suggestions that Manchester United are expecting an imminent bid from Real Madrid for the Spanish goalkeeper in the transfer window. "I prefer to have him with me, so I will do everything possible to have him here".

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Herrera has revealed that he was relishing the prospect of linking up with the Real Madrid man, and that the deal was indeed very close to coming to fruition.

Herrera also talked about his worldwide teammate Alvaro Morata who was strongly linked with United before the Red Devils signed Romelu Lukaku.

"I even started to think I'd be playing with Morata".

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Speaking to reporters after United's 5-2 pre-season victory over LA Galaxy on Saturday, he said: "There is nothing certain about Barcelona because I am very happy at United", he said after United's 5-2 win over LA Galaxy.

Herrera said that he had expected to have his Spain teammate Morata alongside him at Old Trafford, and it was "a pity" that a deal had not been done.

The Premier League giants had successfully agreed personal terms with Morata, but Los Blancos' reluctance to sell the striker to the Red Devils for a lowered transfer fee ended up blocking the move - much to the frustration of the player as well as United fans. If we had to play against Juventus I'd be equally motivated.

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"I'm going to do everything I can to make sure he stays".

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