These pictures show how sure Morata was of joining Man United

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Manchester United are confident of keeping hold of David De Gea because the club believe that Real Madrid do not have the ability to afford for him.

I don't like to speak about players who aren't ours, because Morata is not our player.

"He is coming here in the right moment of his career". We have not come to an economic agreement, that is obvious as well.

With plenty of supporters of both clubs around the campus facilities, it's no surprise to learn that some Real Madrid fans attempted to get De Gea to sign one of their team's shirts.

Mourinho has also been chasing Chelsea's Nemanja Matic to fill a defensive midfield role and he was asked about that in his first press conference of their pre-season tour of the United States.

"Yes, we have had interest, that is obvious and it's public".

'(We made) offers we thought were fair and yet no agreement was reached'. I cannot criticise Real Madrid and I can not criticise my club.

United are also chasing Ivan Perisic of Inter Milan but the Italian side won't sell as it stands.

United offered £60million but Real demanded £80million and a deal fell down despite Morata wanting the move and personally intervening to try and smooth it through. As they prepare for that game, they're using the city's UCLA facilities as a base for their training. We will not be the ones who put a price on a Real Madrid player. However whispers linking the prolific 28-year-old with the Premier League continue, with Liverpool - whose manager Jurgen Klopp previously worked with Aubameyang at Dortmund - said to be weighing up a bid by various sources. Normally they need some time to adapt and Lukaku plays in Premier League for the last four or five seasons.

Since United signed Romelu Lukaku, any approach for Morata was considered dead in the water but the way Mourinho is talking maybe that isn't the case.

"We have had interest".