Man United have reportedly ruled out the chances of want away goalkeeper David De Gea getting his move in the January transfer window.
After his move to Real Madrid collapsed on the final day of the summer transfer window, it was widely assumed that the Spanish giants would return for the shot-stopper in the winter break.
However, according to the Mirror, United have slammed the door shut on a possible move during the middle of the season and will wait until next summer.
De Gea’s current contract expires at the end of the season, but there has also been talk of the Spaniard signing a new deal before then.
Regardless, it is still expected that he will leave Old Trafford but it remains to be seen whether or not Louis Van Gaal restores him to the starting line-up in the mean time.
De Gea has been left out of the squad all season so far, but with the window now shut and Van Gaal previously suggesting that he would bring him back into his plans in September, the former Atletico Madrid star will hope to win back his place from Sergio Romero rather than spend a season on the bench.