Paris Saint-Germain is set to outbid Real Madrid for Manchester United ace, according to report emanating from Spain.
PSG has joined Real Madrid to battle for the signature of David de Gea, and the French out is set to meet Manchester United’s valuation for the Spanish international, De Gea has now established himself as one of the world’s best.
The former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper has been a long-term target for Real Madrid and the European Champions now risk missing out on De Gea due to his unwillingness to meet United’s asking price.
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The Old Trafford hierarchy demanded €70m from Real Madrid last summer a fee Florentino Perez is unwilling to meet.
The French capital club is set to meet the €70m asking price without blinking an eye, they are also interested in meeting the €100m buyout clause of Atletico Madrid keeper Jan Oblak, according to Don Balon.
The final decision will be with De Gea, though delays over new contract negotiations have only added to speculation about his future in England.