Jose Mourinho has warned clubs to “think of another player” amid fresh speculation over David De Gea’s Manchester United future.
De Gea has been linked with a move away from United for a number of years, signing a new contract with the club in September 2015 after a move to Real Madrid collapsed.
That deal tied him to the club until 2019, and gave United an option to extend it by a further year.
The 27-year-old has been in fine form for the last few seasons, and has attracted admiring glances from both Real and Paris Saint-Germain.
A recent report stated that PSG could use the funds from a sale of Neymar to finance a move for De Gea, but Mourinho sought to end speculation on Monday.
“I think he will stay,” Mourinho told La Sexta.
“I don’t know what Real Madrid’s intentions are, but if I were them, I would think of another player.”