David De Gea, 26, has been heavily linked with a summer return to Spain.
Real Madrid have made the Spain international their priority transfer target as they look to replace Keylor Navas between the sticks.
It is claimed Real are confident of getting a deal over the line for De Gea despite having a £60million bid turned down by United in the last couple of days.
Jose Mourinho wants to keep the shot-stopper at United as he bids to improve his squad and bring back the glory days to Old Trafford.
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David De Gea is quite comfortable at United and in the city of Manchester.
Spanish expert Guillem Balague
And Spanish expert Balague reckons he will remain at Old Trafford with the keeper having no reason to actively force through a move to Real Madrid.
Balague told Sky Sports: "It's a strange situation. Why would Manchester United want to sell?
"They have one of the best goalkeepers in the world and they want to be challenging for the bigger titles. It doesn't make sense.
"But what's interesting is that De Gea is quite comfortable at United and in the city of Manchester, so he's not in a rush to go unless they don't want him.
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Guillem Balague reckons David De Gea is comfortable at Manchester United
"My feeling is that De Gea isn't really in a rush to leave."
De Gea almost signed for the newly-crowned La Liga champions in 2015, but an administrative error scuppered his move.
He has since signed a new long-term contract at Manchester United, which ties him down to the club until 2019.