Boost For Manchester United As Key Real Madrid Members Oppose David de Gea Move
Manchester United shot-stopper David de Gea may be the top transfer target for the Champions League winners Real Madrid but not every part of the squad is ready for this move.
The Spanish giants have used Keylor Navas as the first choice goalkeeper this season but he has not been able to provide enough quality for Zidane to stick with him for another season.
He has his own frailties and it was understood that Zidane will ho all in for the Manchester United man to bring him back to his hometown this summer.
De Gea started his career at the Vicente Calderon as a superstar and moved to Manchester United back in 2011. Ever since he has established himself as a regular start at Old Trafford and as one of the best players in his position not just in England but also in Europe.
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He was wanted by the La Liga outfit a couple of years ago but a move did not materialise. However, Real are now desperate for his signature and are ready to make him the most expensive shot-stopper in the history of the game.
And according to Spanish outlet Don Balon, club coach Zinedine Zidane ad skipper Sergio Ramos are not completely sure about the side spending insane amounts on De Gea.
The report suggests that Ramos and Zidane are happy with Keylor Navas’ performances and are ready to stick with him for another year.
Club president Florentino Perez is convinced that Navas is not the right man for Real and is ready to do what it takes to get De Gea back to Spain.
Manchester United are demanding around £60m for his services and Perez is reportedly ready to meet his valuation.
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But it is now understood that both Zidane and Ramos are now ready to intervene the president and ask him to stick with Navas.
This news comes just days after Manchester United and Jose Mourinho were reportedly prepared to fight for De Gea and that the player is settled currently at Old Trafford.
At 26, he is ready for the biggest step of his career but if Real are not interested in breaking the bank, De Gea need not feel bad as he will be the first choice at Manchester.
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