Man United keeper David De Gea agrees personal terms with Real Madrid

Old Trafford star on Bernabeu radar.

Man United keeper David De Gea has agreed personal terms with Real Madrid according to El Confidencial (via the Metro).

The Old Trafford star has been linked with a move to Real Madrid for much of the summer and the transfer has often led to speculation that Bernabeu defender Sergio Ramos could move in the opposite direction (via ESPN).

24-year-old Spanish international De Gea moved to Man United from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and after initially struggling for form the talented custodian has matured into one of the best in his position across Europe.

Newly appointed Real Madrid manager elected to allow Iker Casillas to leave for FC Porto and has given the number one jersey to Costa Rican international Keylor Navas, who was only a bit-part player in the first team set-up in his first campaign in the Spanish capital.


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David De Gea has been Man United’s most consistent performer over the past two lean campaigns, frequently providing the club a vital last line of defence, and has been a virtual ever present during both David Moyes and Louis van Gaal’s spells as manager.

Man United paid £18.9m for David De Gea (via BBC Sport) and Louis van Gaal has demanded at least €40 (£28m) for his services (via Marca).

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