United to swap De Gea for Bale?

 
United to swap De Gea for Bale?
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Manchester United are very interested in signing Real Madrid's Welsh star Gareth Bale. The opposite way goalie David de Gea may go.

On Sunday the British newspaper Daily Mirror writes that Manchester United are willing to pay £ 100 million for Bale, which will be a new transfer record. But to reduce the price United may be willing to let goalkeeper De Gea return to his home country.

When Bale went from Tottenham to Real Madrid in 2013 United was interested. but now a return to English football seems possible for Bale, who despite good games has not completely blossomed in Spanish football.

Daily Star on Sunday also writes about Real Madrid's interest in De Gea, who has had a very good season so far. They also writes that United's asking price for the goalkeeper is 50 million pounds.

Rumors of a move for De Gea has not been less after the former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes recently signed for Manchester United.

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