According news reports monitored from El Confidencial, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has said that the deal to take goalkeeper, David de Gea from Manchester to Real Madrid is done deal.
With this latest reports analysts suggest that De Gea may be the verge of finally completing his move to Real Madrid after Manchester United reluctantly accepted a £28.6 million offer for their star stopper.
Manchester United’s number one has long been tipped for a return to his native home, Spain this summer, although series of negotiations have been on-going with little progress for most times.
Statistics showed that De Gea averaged 2.17 saves per goal conceded in league action last season. It sure looks as a done deal might be approaching after El Confidencial reported the comments made by Real president Florentino Perez. Coupled with the previously mentioned report by Metro it looks like a deal is on the horizon.
De Gea was once again at his best in the 2014/15 season and was named in the PFA’s Team of the Year, as well as this outgoing sets. Recall that the 24-year-old made 11 clean sheets in 37 league games last term and is also entering the final year of his contract at Old Trafford.
It is logical for De Gea to stay in England, note United run the risk of losing their prized asset for nothing next summer, although they would have more time to thrash out a new deal with the star.