Tuesday 30 May 2017

David de Gea puts Manchester mansion up for sale to spark rumours of imminent move to Real Madrid

Tom Edwards

David de Gea has put his Greater Manchester mansion up for sale - fuelling rumours that he could be leaving for Real Madrid this summer.

The 24-year-old Spanish keeper has been the subject of months of transfer speculation, as he's thought to be keen on a move back to his home city.

And it would seem he feels confident of the switch after listing his six-bedroom house online with a valuation of £2,750,000.

Real Madrid want De Gea to become a long-term replacement for 34-year-ol Iker Casillas, and it's thought the move could start a goalkeeping merry-go-round, with Tottenham's Hugo Lloris moving to United to replace De Gea.

United are also thought to be interested in Ajax's Jasper Cillessen, who could be available for £18m - a steep fee, but one which will surely be dwarfed by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy's valuation of Lloris.

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Telegraph.co.uk

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