The David de Gea saga looks set to rumble on for a while yet, with new reports almost coming by the hour it seems. According to the latest report from ABC, United and Real Madrid are struggling to agree on a fee for the shot-stopper.
Manchester United are thought to be holding out for €35million for De Gea, whereas Real Madrid aren’t willing to stump up more than €25million for the Spaniard.
Louis van Gaal should hold out for exactly what he values the 24-year old at, and its as simple as that. Madrid have plenty of cash, and if they want him badly enough then they can pay our valuation because every time Madrid want a player, they usually land their man.
In the best case scenario United will keep hold of David de Gea and tie him down to a new deal, but theres plenty of drama left in this one yet…
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