The swap deal between Manchester United and Real Madrid for David De Gea and Keylor Navas is due to happen in the coming few hours. Manchester United who has reportedly agreed to sell their Spanish custodian to Real Madrid is in pursuit of Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas in exchange.

Spanish media claims the deal is due to happen in the coming hours as the deadline day in Spain is coming to an end shortly. Real Madrid is apparently desperate to speed things up so that the exchange deal does not get messed up. Media reports claim that Real Madrid has agreed a deal of €40 million. Real Madrid will pay €29 million for David De Gea and Navas has been valued at €11 million.

Imminent journalist Guillem Balague posted a series of tweets which confirms the news. 

His tweets read:

Spanish newspaper AS too tweeted about the final deal which read:

It will be a huge deal in favour of Manchester United as they would get a considerable amount of cash for a goalkeeper who is serving his final year in the contract and get a world class goalkeeper in form of Navas.

Sergio Romero so far has done a commendable job in United outfit, but his vulnerability was exposed last evening when he had gifted Swansea City their winning goal.

Manchester United have also sold their Danish goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard to West Bromwich a couple of hours.