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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid: Breakdown in David De Gea deal down to Manchester United

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says that although the David de Gea transfer fell through, Real Madrid will eventually get their keeper, and ultimately, Manchester United will be the losers.

Real Madrid have published a statement insisting they "did everything that was necessary" in their unsuccessful attempt to sign David De Gea from Manchester United.

Real had agreed a deal to sign De Gea on Monday, with Keylor Navas due to move in the opposite direction, but the paperwork was not submitted in time for the transfers to be completed.

They received widespread criticism in the Spanish media for their failure to sign the player, and United are reportedly blaming Real for the collapse...

Man United content to keep David De Gea as Real Madrid sale fails - sources

Miguel Delaney says Manchester United are denying that they have done anything wrong as the David De Gea transfer to Real Madrid collapsed.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti says Real Madrid releasing a statement means any deal to take David De Gea to the Bernabeu is off.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the latest Manchester United transfer rumours, including a possible Deadline Day move for David De Gea and interest in Monaco striker Anthony Martial.

Manchester United are happy to keep David De Gea for a further year after his move to Real Madrid did not go through and believe he can effect a return to form and favour in the way Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney have done after transfer sagas in the past, sources have told ESPN FC.

Real had agreed to buy De Gea for £29 million, with Costa Rica international Keylor Navas moving to Old Trafford as part of the deal, but the paperwork was not submitted before the Spanish transfer window closed...

 By PA Sport

Man United blame Real Madrid over David De Gea deal - report

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down where things went awry between Manchester United and Real Madrid for the transfers of David De Gea and Keylor Navas.
With the transfer window in Spain closed and no official announcement of a David de Gea signing in Madrid, it appears the Spanish goalkeeper will remain at Manchester United for the time being.

Manchester United insist Real Madrid were the ones to blame for the shock 11th-hour collapse of David De Gea's proposed move to the Bernabeu, according to Press Association Sport.

United and Madrid had agreed a deal worth £29 million for the sale of Spain goalkeeper De Gea on Monday, with Keylor Navas heading to Old Trafford as part of the agreement.

However, shortly after the deadline for Spanish clubs to confirm new signings, it emerged the necessary paperwork had not been lodged in time and...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Real Madrid have measure of Man United despite De Gea confusion

David De Gea's potential move to Real Madrid descended into farce on Monday as it was claimed the Spanish club failed to sign him in time.

Neither side is yet accepting blame for Monday's farcical breakdown of goalkeeper David De Gea's move from Manchester United to Real Madrid. Nor are they likely to.

Though a wrong file format is being blamed for Madrid's failure to ratify the deal before the 00:00 CET deadline, the truth of De Gea being left in limbo lies in the brinkmanship of the deal being taken to the last minute of the Spanish transfer window.

Two clubs who had once shared historically cordial relations since first meeting...