Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is set to line-up for the Red Devils against Liverpool after his move to Real Madrid collapsed, according to reports.
De Gea looked set to join Real Madrid after the two club’s reportedly agreed a £29m fee that would also see Keylor Navas head in the opposite direction to Old Trafford.
However, required paperwork was not submitted by Monday’s European transfer window deadline leaving the two clubs to lay the blame on each other.
Despite the situation De Gea now finds himself in, The Independent reports United boss Louis van Gaal will now bring the Spanish international back into the side.
According to the report, De Gea will likely replace Sergio Romero in between the sticks in United’s clash with Liverpool following the international break.
Romero put in a below-par performance in United’s 2-1 loss to Swansea last weekend, and it now seems the summer signing will now be relegated to the bench.
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