Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Manchester United to sign David de Gea for next season, according to Don Balon.
De Gea finally off from Old Trafford
— MUFC_Report (@MUFCReporter) April 18, 2018
De Gea has been a long-standing target for Real Madrid and he came very close to joining the La Liga giants in the summer of 2015 but was denied by a faulty fax machine. Jose Mourinho has so far held firm and is adamant De Gea isn’t leaving.
— Goal Gulf (@goal_gulf) April 18, 2018
But according to Spanish outlet Don Balon, Real president Florentino Perez has an unshakeable belief that a deal will be struck. The Blancos will pay €100 million for the Spanish goalkeeper, who they’ve been trying to land for several years.
— Giantsfootballnews (@Gtfootballnews) April 17, 2018
De Gea’s agent Jorge Mendes has spent weeks negotiating a deal that would allow the Spaniard to leave Old Trafford, and a breakthrough has apparently now been reached.
Zidane has already hinted that he could bring in a new goalkeeper as he said: “At the time there was no need to sign a goalkeeper. We have three and we are happy with the three goalkeepers. For the future, it will be spoken after the season.”
The story of Real Madrid's goalkeeper chase:
Alisson says no, Perez dreams of De Gea, while Raiola offers Donnarumma 😂
— Goal (@goal) April 17, 2018
£400k. £500k. £600k. I don’t care how much, give De Gea what he wants.
— Jordan Clarke (@FourFourJordan) April 15, 2018
— John O' Donoghue (@jodonoghue1983) April 11, 2018
Don't write off David De Gea to Real Madrid.
— Transfer Posts (@TransferPosts) April 11, 2018
No wonder Real Madrid is desperate for De Gea!
— Uyapo Ndadi (@UyapoNdadi) April 11, 2018