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David De Gea could be unveiled next week, deal with Manchester United all but done

Real Madrid will pay €30 million for the keeper, according to Marca.

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The transfer of David De Gea seems all but done. New reports from Marca indicate that the Spanish goalkeeper could be unveiled with Real Madrid next week, right after Spain's match against Belarus on June 14th. If Marca is right, Real Madrid only have to complete the deal by calling United and agreeing a €25 million fee + €5 million in manageable bonus.

De Gea is now with the Spanish national team, and Real Madrid will reportedly wait for those matches to end before officially announcing the deal.

Other reports from Spain, this time from ABC, indicate that Manchester United would be willing to accept a deal involving Keylor Navas too. However, Real Madrid want to keep the Costa Rican given that Iker Casillas appears to be on his way out of the club. Either way, if the British club accept to decrease the fee by including Navas in the deal, maybe Real Madrid will consider this alternative too.

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