Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea was at his imperious best as Manchester United eked out a goalless draw against bitter rivals Liverpool at Anfield
Real Madrid's search for a new goalkeeper has now lead them to North London, as the Los Blancos are prepared to pay £35 million for Tottenham Hotspur custodian Hugo Lloris, if reports from England are to be believed.
A saga that dominated last summer's transfer window will no longer be a talking point this time round, as Real Madrid have reportedly given up their chase of Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
Spain head coach Vicente Del Bosque has named Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea ahead of seasoned veteran Iker Casillas, despite the fact that the former is currently embroiled in a sex scandal.
Manchester United and Spain's number 1 goalkeeper David De Gea and Athletic Bilbao midfielder Iker Muniain have been named in a sexual assault case that dates all the way back to 2012.
After missing out on signing him last summer, Real Madrid are close to making another offer when the transfer window opens in July, according to reports from Spain.
Two people in the Manchester United dressing room have a lot of influence, especially when it comes to songs played before and after matches.
David de Gea has had an excellent season with Manchester United once again, and following his heroics in the Red Devils' dramatic FA Cup semi-final win over Everton, teammate Ander Herrera hailed his compatriot as the world's best goalkeeper.
There was a sense of deja vu at Old Trafford as yet another Marcus Rashford goal helped decide a match in Manchester United's favour.
Goals from Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini helped Manchester United overcome West Ham United in the FA Cup, but manager Louis Van Gaal hailed goalkeeper David de Gea as the difference maker for the Red Devils.