MANCHESTER UNITED goalkeeper David De Gea is prepared to force through a transfer to long-term admirers Real Madrid.
The Spaniard has been linked with a switch to the La Liga giants for a number of years and very nearly made the move to the Bernabeu before a deal collapsed in 2015.Continue reading post after the advert👇🏻
Real president Florentino Perez is desperate to bring in the 27-year-old as a replacement for current number one Keylor Navas.
The club have been linked with moves for De Gea, as well as Chelsea stopper Thibaut Courtois.
And according to Spanish outlet Don Balon, De Gea has asked his agent to begin the process of forcing through a move.
He’s reportedly desperate to return to Madrid and is willing to do anything to ensure it happens.
De Gea spent eight years at Real’s fierce rivals Atletico Madrid before United splashed out £18.9m for him in 2011.
And any move away from Old Trafford is likely to smash the world-record fee for a goalkeeper, which is currently the £34.7m Manchester City spent on Ederson last summer.
De Gea has been in stunning form for United this season, keeping 18 clean sheets in all competitions as United sit second in the Premier League.