Jose Mourinho has given a "certification" that David De Gea will remain at Manchester United this season, regardless of the long-running adventure over a potential move to Real Madrid.
Exchange hypothesis over De Gea coming back to main residence club Real has extended on throughout the previous two years, as far back as the goalkeeper was a bristle far from going to the Bernabeu in the late spring of 2015.
Be that as it may, in front of United's International Champions Cup pre-season experience against Real, on Sunday, Mourinho has conveyed an unequivocal message about the 26-year-old's future.
Mourinho suggested that there were arrangements with Real which fell through the previous summer, yet he trusts the possibility of coming back to La Liga has now turned out to be less engaging for the Spanish universal.
"I can ensure that he's not going this season. My inclination is that it will be extremely troublesome for him to go," said Mourinho.
"He's an extremely legitimate kid, straight. He was reached for quite a while. The club was shut [for negotiations].
"At that point we opened [it] on the grounds that I generally have this inclination that when a player wants to go, I don't prefer to stop them. At last, you don't get from them what you anticipate.
"So we opened it and after that they chose to close.
"I don't think the inclination from him [towards Real] is great. I see him truly glad, engaged and working better than anyone might have expected. For me, 100 for every penny he remains with us."
Before the £75million ($97.4 million) marking of Romelu Lukaku, United had been quick to work with Real in the wake of seeking after now Chelsea frontman Alvaro Morata.
In any case, Mourinho has affirmed that Real's ex-Tottenham winger Gareth Bale was never a practical target.
He stated: "You have gets in touch with, you have sentiments, you comprehend things. Plainly Bale likes Madrid, loves the circumstance and is in a club with a decent circumstance now.
"I never felt the craving for him to leave so why utilize time and vitality on that?"
Mourinho still plans to add a further two players to his squad before the finish of the late spring exchange window, in spite of depicting the market as "extremely troublesome".
In any case, while Mourinho is content with the make-up of his ebb and flow choices, he confronts going into the new season without the harmed trio of Luke Shaw, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo.
The three have been recovering with United's squad in California, yet Shaw is discounted until September, Young until October and Rojo until December.
"No way [that any are fit] for the start of the Premier League," said Mourinho.
"Be that as it may, it's great to have them, bravo to be with us and recuperate with the gathering."
Their nonappearance opens the entryway for the youthful hopefuls at United. Any semblance of Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Andreas Pereira and Axel Tuanzebe are for the most part because of highlight against Real, in Santa Clara, with Mourinho quick to rest a few key figures after Thursday's prevail upon Manchester City.
"Will play different players and give rest for a few," included Mourinho.
"[For] Tim Fosu Mensah and Andreas Pereira, it will be an extraordinary affair for them