The De Gea fiasco will be in the news for a while now that there's a FIFA break going on. Yesterday, Florentino Pérez blamed United's "lack of experience" and said that was the cause for the collapse of the deal. Now, a Manchester United spokesman dismissed those comments on The Telegraph.
"The facts speak for themselves. The FA are prepared to back our case that documents were in on time. We all like to blame others but if you let one slip through your fingers into the back of the net, then ultimately the culpability is yours," he said.
Real Madrid will likely approach De Gea again if the keeper doesn't sign a contract extension with United that would bring all speculation to an end. In any case, De Gea could sign for Madrid as a free agent next summer, so Real won't need to negotiate with United for the player anymore.