David De Gea’s departure to Real Madrid appears to be edging closer by the day, in this feature we look at the ways Manchester United could use the income from the keeper’s sale.
The stopper appeared to say his farewells to the Old Trafford faithful ahead of the Premier League draw with Arsenal—when he applauded all four corners of the stadium. After the match, Louis van Gaal admitted that it would be difficult for the Red Devils to keep hold of the player in light of interest from his homeland.
While replacing De Gea will naturally be a concern in itself, the club will be boosted by a potentially considerable windfall from his sale.
In this feature, we look at five ways that van Gaal could use the income from De Gea’s departure as well as his reported £150 million transfer war chest [via the Express].