HIGUAIN STAYING AT MADRID - MOURINHO

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho insists Gonzalo Higuain is not for sale at any price.

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Gonzalo Higuain: Linked with a move away from Madrid

Gonzalo Higuain: Linked with a move away from Madrid

Jose Mourinho insists Gonzalo Higuain is not for sale at any price and will still be a Real Madrid player next season.

Italian champions Juventus, Champions League finalists Bayern Munich and Paris St Germain had all been linked with the striker, along with Mourinho's former club, Chelsea.

However, Mourinho has asserted Higuain's immediate future lies at the Bernabeu and told ES: "Higuain is staying here.

"He will stay at Madrid because I don't want him to go. He has an excellent contract here that runs for many more years.

"He has not come for a year and been paid little - he is on the same level as the others.

"Even if clubs offer 40, 50 or 60 million Euros, Real Madrid will not sell him. My two strikers for next season will be [Karim] Benzema and Higuain."

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