Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is an ambitious man, and Manchester United management knows that. The Red Devils authorities are very well aware that it is going to be very difficult to stop David de Gea from the lure of Real Madrid. And hence, they have proposed a new swap deal, consisting of Gareth Bale and David de Gea to the Los Blancos authorities.
David de Gea has become the most consistent member of Manchester United squad this season and he is widely regarded as the most talented young keeper of the world at the moment.
On the other hand, the season of Iker Casillas, the captain of Real Madrid, is marked by inconsistency. The Los Blancos management is losing its faith in the ability of Iker Casillas very fast and according to the reports coming from Spain, they have made up their mind to get rid of their legend in July.
Real Madrid are keeping watch on David de Gea since his Atletico Madrid days and they believe now is the right time to get their man.
Manchester United are reluctant to sale their star performer but they know it very well that the glamour of Real Madrid is very difficult to avoid.
Hence, in an attempt to find a solution, Manchester United have proposed a new offer to Real Madrid: swap deal, consisting of Gareth Bale and David de Gea.
Gareth Bale has failed to live up to the expectations at Real Madrid this year. The Welsh attacker is been booed by the Santiago faithful on many occasions and Manchester United management believes that he is a realistic target.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez still has a confidence in Gareth Bale and he believes that the winger has the ability to become a long term successor of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is 30 now.
Meanwhile, reports coming from Spain and England have also confirmed the plans of Real Madrid for De Gea and Gareth Bale.
The Sunday Express has claimed it today that Manchester United have told Real Madrid it will cost the Spanish giants A?45million to land Old Trafford keeper David de Gea. But they have made it clear any further discussions between the two clubs will also involve Uniteda s pursuit of Madrida s world-record A?86m signing Gareth Bale a one which is looking increasingly likely to happen in the summer.