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Real Madrid will try to sign Manchester United's De Gea next summer once again

According to MARCA.

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Get ready for the next chapter of 'David De Gea to Real Madrid', as Los Blancos will try to sign the goalkeeper next summer once again, according to Spanish newspaper MARCA.

The club has reached De Gea's inner circle to see if he'd be willing to leave Manchester after the deadline fiasco of 2015, when Madrid failed to send the documents of his transfer in time for De Gea to get registered as a Real Madrid player even though both clubs reached an agreement over the goalkeeper and also Keylor Navas, who was set to become a Manchester United player.

If MARCA's report is accurate, United's manager Jose Mourinho will not let De Gea go very easily, so Madrid will also be ready to make an effort for Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois if they don't manage to sign the Spanish goalkeeper away from Manchester.

It definitely seems like Madrid are looking to make an upgrade on the goalkeeper position.

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