Man United have put forward its demands to Real Madrid as the La Liga giants continue its pursuit of David de Gea.
De Gea has been heavily linked with a move back to Spain, but so far Real Madrid have balked at United’s asking price.
It has been reported that the Red Devils would accept nothing less than a £35m fee for the 24-year-old, with Real Madrid believing the fee to be exorbitant for a player in the final year of his contract.
According to Spanish newspaper Marca, United are now demanding defender Sergio Ramos and goalkeeper Keylor Navas – or £28m in cash – in exchange for De Gea.
The report claims Real Madrid see the demands yet again as exorbitant and are not prepared to complete a deal under such terms.
United are understood to be prepared to make De Gea wait for his move back to the Spanish capital and force him to remain at the club until his deal expires in mid-2016.
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