Manchester United have agreed on a fee of around £29million with Real Madrid over the sale of goalkeeper David De Gea, according to reports from The Independent
With only a few days to go before the end of the transfer window, a lot of talk has been surrounding whom Manchester United will bring in to strengthen their lineup.
The likes of Neymar, Julian Draxler, Arjen Robben and Gareth bale continue to be linked with a move to Old Trafford and it will be interesting to see whether the Red Devils will be able to sign any of the aforementioned targets.
On the other side of the spectrum though, United will have to quickly get rid of the players who are currently surplus to requirements at the club and the duo of Jonny Evans and Victor Valdes are on the verge of an exit from the club.
De Gea finally set for Madrid move
Now in another departure, David De Gea finally looks set to complete his long anticipated move to Real Madrid.
Madrid have been in negotiations to sign De Gea all summer and now according to reports from the Independent, Los Blancos are finally set to complete the signing of their long time target after agreeing a fee of around £29million.
It is believed that De Gea has already agreed on personal terms with Madrid and the transfer is now expected to be completed within the next 24-48 hours.