Goalkeeper David de Gea seems to be determined to leave Manchester United following the breakdown in his relationship with manager Louis VAn Gaal. It is rumoured that he wants to leave Old Trafford to play for Real Madrid.
De Gea’s determination to leave Old Trafford may be driven by his ambition to play for Real Madrid, but Sunday Mirror Sport can also reveal that the Spanish goalkeeper now feels his position at the club has been made untenable by the Van Gaal’s claim that he refused to play. A source close to De Gea said: “David just doesn’t get on with Van Gaal – and his relationship with goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek is even more strained.”
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David de Gea Quintana was born in 1990 and besides playing for Manchester United. He plays for the Spanish national team. He was born in Madrid and started playing football for Atletico Madrid, making his first senior debut in 2009. It is also reported thatManager Louis Van Gaal is hoping to purchase the Welshman Gareth Bale from Real Madrid at a cost of £95 million.
Louis van Gaal is banking on a dramatic 72-hour window of opportunity to snatch Gareth Bale from Real Madrid, writes Steve Bates in the Sunday People. And the Manchester United boss will have the Bale boo-boys of the Bernabeu to thank if he does land the £95million Welsh wizard. Should the Madrid fans turn on Bale again in their first La Liga home match of the season next Saturday, Van Gaal will have three days before the transfer deadline on the Tuesday evening to do a deal for the world’s most expensive footballer. Read more at mirror.co.uk
Gareth Frank Bale was born in 1989 and currently plays as a winger for the Spanish club Real Madrid. He started his career playing at Southampton and became something of a freekick specialist. In 2007 he moved to Spurs. In September 2013 Bale was transferred to Real Madrid for a reported fee of £77 million.