, Real Madrid to Try Again for Manchester United Keeper Despite Soured Relationship,
Real Madrid are pondering an audacious £60m bid for Manchester United goal-keeper for one last time. Both clubs have seen their smooth relationship gone sour in the last few weeks after Real Madrid refused to sell Morata to Manchester United. They have both enjoyed a smooth relationship having had few players transferred between each other with Real Madrid proving to be the most beneficial between the two of them.
Man United refused to sell the De Gea during the deadline of the 2015 summer transfer when Louis Van Gaal was still the boss, and ever since, it doesn’t look like there’s going to be any player transferred between the two ever. Man United was forced to pay £75m pounds for Romelu Lukaku, a fee much higher than what they are offering to secure the service of Morata from Real Madrid.
Despite Real Madrid’s unwillingness to sell, Man United are also unwilling to match their asking price for the player because they felt such a huge Price Tag can be detrimental to the success of the player who has no experience in the English Premier League.
Despite having good replacements, Manchester United are unwilling to let their first choice keeper leave, not especially for Real Madrid. But it is still a long summer and there seem to be alot of drama in football these days. You never can tell, United may want to cash in to balance the book
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