The David De Gea-Real Madrid transfer saga is likely to come to an end soon after reports emerged stating that the Spanish goal-keeper is adamant on forcing his way out of Manchester United. Meanwhile Iker Casillas has been linked with a move to Porto in a bid to make room for De Gea at Santiago Bernabeu.

As reported earlier, Manchester United have refused to negotiate over David De Gea with Real Madrid unless Sergio Ramos is made a part of the deal. Though David De Gea earlier expected his future to be sorted out before the start of the pre-season tour, it seems that this transfer is far from over as reports suggest that he has reported back at Manchester United with the intention of forcing his way out of the club.

According to The Telegraph, David De Gea was keen on avoiding such a situation but it seems that he will have to confront the club management and Louis Van Gaal regarding his future. The goal-keeper, who has been identified as Iker Casillasa successor at Madrid, has refused to sign a contract extension with United and is reportedly seeking a move back a homea for family reasons.

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However with Real Madrid refusing to meet Manchester Uniteda s asking price for the player, reports suggest that Louis Van Gaal could force De Gea to see out his contract at Manchester United, allowing him to leave on a free transfer the following summer.

David De Gea, Sergio Ramos And Iker Casillas Clash In The Transfer Saga Of The Summer

David De Gea, Sergio Ramos And Iker Casillas Clash In The Biggest Transfer Saga Of The Summer

Meanwhile, . reports from Spain suggest that Iker Casillas is likely to sign for Porto this summer in a bid to make room for David De Gea at Santiago Bernabeu. Though Casillas has refused to speak about his future, reports suggest that both the club and David De Gea are anxious about Iker Casillasa influence in Spain and would want to turn over a new leaf under Benitez without his presence in the dressing room.