Oh dear, oh dear. The Manchester United fans in the Transfer Tavern have had quite a bit to deal with in recent days.
The Bournemouth game fiasco preceded seeing their Champions League hopes ended by their arch rivals, while Jose Mourinho is now reported to be in talks with Paris Saint-Germain.
Now, according to AS, there’s a clause in his contract that allows superstar goalkeeper David De Gea to leave the club this summer.
With the 25-year old Spaniard understood to be unhappy about the prospect of missing out on the Champions League and life under Louis van Gaal, Real Madrid are always likely to circle.
Having tried to land him so desperately last season, Los Blancos are said to retain an interest in the shot stopping star.
That roughly equates to around £39m and it is believed it is an active clause until June 15th, meaning after that the Red Devils are able to impose what ever valuation on him they would like.
Will De Gea be a United player next season? Do they have any hope at all of replacing him?
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