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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea’s transfer to Real Madrid is a never ending speculation that has been the feature in the last three transfer windows.
The Spaniard was close to joining Los Blancos in the summer of 2015 which did not happen mainly due to a failed fax machine at Manchester United on the deadline day. The speculation over his transfer has since only grown as he was constantly linked with a move back to Spain almost every month.
However, the latest hint by David de Gea suggests that he could very well stay with Manchester United for the upcoming season. Jose Mourinho is very keen to have the 26-year old in his roster for 2017-18 season as the Red Devils will be back in the Champions League and cannot rely on his No.2 Sergio Romero when they play against the world’s best teams.
Reports in Spain suggested that Real Madrid are not eager to sign de Gea in a world record deal for a goalkeeper as manager Zinedine Zidane is happy with Keylor Navas who looked solid on the goal line during the last weeks of the season.
The Spanish giants have become the first team to win back to back European titles in Champions Era and the French tactician is keen to continue the remarkable success, the club had over the past two seasons.
David de Gea’s recent social media activity suggests that ‘Madrid are just messing around’ and this could mean he will stay at Old Trafford for the next season before the rumors surrounds once again next summer.
Manchester United fans could sense a sigh of relief with the latest hint but Real Madrid president Florentino Perez could be back once again later this summer if he decides to make a move.
The club are known to buy the biggest players on the planet and the addition of de Gea would surely strengthen their squad as they eye three Champions League titles in a row next season. Meanwhile, Manchester United are also looking to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata as they eye him as a perfect replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who was released earlier this week.