[lead]Real Madrid ideal replacement for goalkeeper Iker Casillas with signing Manchester United’s young star David de Gea. The 23 year old could consider a move far from Old Trafford, as indicated by Hugo Cerezo and Carlos Carpio of the English variant of Marca.[/lead]
Goalkeeper David de Gea is seen by a lot of people as the incredible Spanish guarantee fit for assuming control from the effectively fabulous Iker Casillas, bound to be Spain’s next beginning keeper. Also possibly Real Madrid’s. The name of the ex-Atlético de Madrid shot-plug has been on the tables of the Bernabéu business locales for quite a while, and it is said that De Gea likes the thought.
David de Gea is not agonized over his future. He’s cheerful and at home in Manchester, where he is as of now playing out his fourth season at only 23 years of age (24 in November). A conceivable move to ‘Los Blancos’ may very well be the reason so far he hasn’t recharged his present contract, which runs out in 2016.
Obviously, De Gea not consenting to crisp terms with the Red Devils is the enormous IF in this report. Then again, De Gea may welcome a come back to the Spanish capital in the wake of climbing to unmistakable quality with Real’s city rivals Atletico Madrid.
It’s likewise genuine that, in spite of United’s growing stature, few players, especially Spanish-conceived players, can oppose the bait of joining Los Blancos. De Gea would surely be a real redesign at the one profoundly suspect position in Ancelotti’s squad.
Casillas has been wallowing for quite a while, actually losing his place to the accomplished Diego Lopez amid the last two seasons. Ancelotti did initiate Keylor Navas, who starred for Costa Rica amid the 2014 FIFA World Cup, this mid year.
Nonetheless, the 27-year-old ex-Levante pro doesn’t have all the earmarks of being considered a beginning alternative. He’s shown up for Los Merengues this season.
De Gea would unquestionably be a gimmick in this Real team. His exhibitions for United have Spain’s fans officially clamoring for him to replace Casillas at international level.
De Gea has been procuring comparative approvals at club level. However he at first discovered life in England’s top flight a real battle.
His physical fragility was consistently tested by the harsh and tumble parts of the Premier League, especially from set-pieces. He was ordered to build up by then-director Sir Alex Ferguson back in March, 2012, for every Daily Mail columnist Ian Ladyman.
De Gea has since made the evaluation. He as of late justified applause from United goalkeeping legend Peter Schmeichel after a great display to safeguard a 2-1 win over Everton.