Reports in Manchester suggest that David De Gea’s luxury home has been put up for sale, speculating the rumors that he is set for an exit this summer. The mansion is in the market for £3.85 million, which includes five bedrooms, a gym, a tennis court, a jacuzzi, a cinema room and an outdoor swimming pool.
Real Madrid have been closely pursuing the Madrid-born keeper in the recent weeks, with reports yesterday even suggesting that the club is preparing a £60 million offer in the summer. This is the another attempt from Los Blancos after a failed deal in 2015, where late decisions and the state of fax machines denied De Gea from going to Santiago Bernabeu.
It has also been rumored that United manager Jose Mourinho is pushing for the transfer to happen after a private bust-up with the Spaniard following the West Broom draw. De Gea was reportedly unhappy with the criticism he received after the match and his reaction led to the manager selecting Sergio Romero for the Sunderland clash instead.
Should the transfer go through smoothly, Mourinho has already identified the replacement in Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak. He is reported to be number one in the Portuguese’s wish list and United are preparing a £40 million offer to the 24-year-old.