According to reports, the long-dragged transfer saga of David De Gea could finally be drawing to an end, as Manchester United are reportedly expected to accept a £30 million deal for the Spaniard. It is understood that both the camp of David De Gea and Real Madrid are extremely confident that the Spaniard will join Real Madrid before the transfer window closes, despite Van Gaal’s utterance that the goalkeeper will not be allowed to leave Manchester United in this transfer window.
The 24 year old has just one more year left in his contract and Manchester United could be tempted to cash in on David De Gea now or lose him for free next summer if he doesn’t pen a new contract before then.
The Spaniard is yet to feature for Manchester United this season, with Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero replacing De Gea in goal for the Red Devils. The Argentine goalkeeper has just conceded one goal in five matches and he is still yet to concede a goal in the Premiership as well as concede a goal from an opposition player.
The lack of goals conceded could also be attributed to the brilliance of Chris Smalling so far this season but also the Argentine should be credited too with a lot of key saves made over the course of the 5 matches this season. Hopefully, the Daily Mirror’s claims of a £30 million bid to be accepted by United is true and the De Gea saga can finally be put to bed.