Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is expected to be sold to Real Madrid, as he is keen on returning to his native Spain.
According to Squawka, BBC Sports journalist Simon Stone is claiming that Man United have not changed their stance on the goalie.
The Red Devils are prepared to sell de Gea to Real Madrid without asking for star defender Sergio Ramos in return. Stone confirmed this on his Twitter account.
Reports in Spain say Utd stance on De Gea changed + will now sell without getting Ramos. Word from OT is situation remains same as it was.
— Simon Stone (@sistoney67) August 1, 2015
Man United were aggressively pursuing the longtime Real Madrid defender, but he has ultimately decided to stay at Bernabeu long-term.
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He signed a new deal that will keep him there until 2020, and the team gave him the captaincy to ensure that he would stick around.
The Red Devils are now expected to sell their 24-year-old goalie to Real Madrid for £24.5m.
They have already signed a replacement in Sergio Romero, as he committed to a three-year deal.
De Gea is expected to become the long-term successor to Iker Casillas, as he has established himself as the top goalie in Spain.