Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has been constantly linked to rumors that he will leave Old Trafford for Real Madrid this summer.
But Real may not be able to land him after all, despite being seemingly close to a deal.
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The Metro claim that Madrid have only bid £14.2m for the Spanish international, but Man United are asking for £31.9m.
The Red Devils have also made clear that they are willing to risk De Gea leaving for free, as he is set to enter the final year of his contract if he stays at Old Trafford for the 2015-16 season.
The De Gea situation is an interesting case, as United look to strike a major deal of their own with Real Madrid for defender Sergio Ramos.
Like their English counterparts, Real will only consider major bids for Ramos. It will be nearly impossible for United to land Ramos if United do not sell De Gea, as Madrid will not want to lose out on both players.