De Gea and Madrid Reportedly Already Agrees Transfer
Madrid – Rumors about the future of David de Gea in Manchester United has long been circulating, with the Spanish goalkeeper was constantly linked with Real Madrid. Madrid is now reportedly has even reached an agreement with De Gea.
That at least news of Marca, Spain-based media. In an article, call Marca Madrid live now reached an agreement with Manchester United just to be able to really get a 24-year-old player.
“‘Los Blancos’ and De Gea has reached a comprehensive agreement, but the hardest part and tortuous still be lived: negotiations with Manchester United,” Marca claims.
De Gea saatini believed to be the successor to Iker Casillas, Real Madrid goalkeeper today, in the Spanish national team. Factors important for the state is called Madrid president Florentino Perez and the people around him – that guard the wicket ‘The White’ next is also a mainstay in the national team goalkeeper.
Marca also claims that, “When Real Madrid De Gea realize seriously wanted to sign him, he was nevertheless extended his contract with United, with the current contract last until 2016.”
Madrid reportedly willing to pay 30 million euros to redeem De Gea from Old Trafford. But the Red Devils thought to want a higher value after the goalie slick performance in the last two seasons. De Gea himself recruited MU from Atletico Madrid, rivals Madrid, with the transfer of approximately 17.8 million pounds in 2011.
Previous Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said his team must be prepared if De Gea did want to go, although he confirmed that goalkeeper expectations continue to survive.