Manchester United to allow David de Gea to leave if demand’s met: report

by Marwan Harraz

Manchester United are reportedly willing to allow David de Gea to join Real Madrid if their only demand is met.

The Spaniard has been linking with the La Liga club for several seasons now and fans have a faulty fax machine to thank for it not happening yet.

Though Jose Mourinho has insisted he’s unwilling to let any of his best players go, it appears as though this one is out of his hands.

De Gea has hoped to move back to his home country at every opportunity and Madrid have been interested in him since he developed into a top keeper.

Having gotten even better now, the Spanish club are keen to sign him to complete their Galactico line-up.

According to Sportskeeda, Diario Gol report that David will be allowed to leave if the Red Devils can sign Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak as a replacement.

Diego Simone’s side are unlikely to sell for cheap but of course neither will Mourinho and so the quoted £80m figure could be met.

It’s been said that David de Gea‘s agent has already met with Real Madrid’s president in order to facilitate a move which is initially what sparked this rumour back to life.

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