David de Gea’s failed move to the Santiago Bernabeu last summer has apparently not deterred Real Madrid, and the Spanish giants will look to bring the player back to Spain next summer.
De Gea signed a new 4-year contract with the Red Devils after his planned transfer to Real Madrid broke down last summer and he has expressed previously that he’s happy at the club, but that will not stop Real from trying to lure him away from Old Trafford in the summer of 2016.
There have been rumors of a 36 million pound release clause in his new Manchester United contract, which the 25-year-old Spaniard has refused to confirm or deny, and Real Madrid will be looking to take advantage of that very clause once the summer transfer window opens up.
A Real Madrid spokesperson is reported to have stated to the Daily Star: a Real Madrid will not attempt to sign David De Gea in the January window. But the club is proposed to sign him in the summer for next season.a
Best in the World?
Although Manuel Neuer is widely acknowledged as the best goalkeeper in the world, David de Gea is making a strong case for himself with his heart-stopping performances between the sticks for Manchester United this season. The Spaniard has often been the decisive factor for the Red Devils and has often saved the defence from blushes with his quick thinking, agile reflexes and great saves.
It’s no wonder that Real Madrid are so desperate to land him so they can boast of fielding Spain’s soon-to-be No 1 goalkeeper, but Manchester United will not be eager to let go of one of their best players of the past couple of seasons.