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Casillas vows to fight De Gea to be Spain's No.1

Casillas vows to fight De Gea to be Spain's No.1

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea will still face competition from Real Madrid stopper Iker Casillas.
The Busby Babe Oct 16, 2014

Real Madrid unlikely to move for De Gea — reports

According to the papers, rumours linking Manchester United's goalkeeper to the Bernabeu will remain just rumours. Good news, Manchester United fans! Real Madrid are unlikely to make any move for David de Gea in the near future. At least, that's according to Pete Jensen of the Independent, who takes the view that while the Spanish may enjoy the rumours, they're pretty well stocked when it comes to goalkeepers: Real have Keylor Navas waiting to replace Casillas and could also exercise an £8m buy-back clause on talented Espanyol keeper Kiko Casilla next summer — so a move for De Gea seems...
David De Gea still has fight on his hands to be Spain's No1

David De Gea still has fight on his hands to be Spain's No1

Manchester United goalkeeper is primed to succeed Iker Casillas - but legendary Real Madrid star isn't walking away just yet
Vote: Where does De Gea rank among world's best goalkeepers?

Vote: Where does De Gea rank among world's best goalkeepers?

David De Gea has replaced Iker Casillas as Spain's No.1. But where does he stand among the best on the planet?
Shields Gazette Oct 13, 2014

Madrid want Man United star while Arsenal ace wants out

DAVID De Gea has started the season in terrific form for Manchester United, but has today been linked with a move away from the club.

Manchester United transfer gossip: Real's De Gea interest, Vidal talk

Real Madrid have been linked with a move for Manchester United goalkeeping star David de Gea, and there is more speculation over a Juan Mata-Arturo Vidal swap deal.
Manchester United gossip: Reds move for Vlaar and Real Madrid keen on De Gea

Manchester United gossip: Reds move for Vlaar and Real Madrid keen on De Gea

There's talk Louis van Gaal is ready to make a move for Ron Vlaar in January and that Real Madrid are interested in David De Gea.
De Gea hoping Man Utd form will lead to more chances with Spain

De Gea hoping Man Utd form will lead to more chances with Spain

David De Gea has been in fine form for Manchester United - and now he's keen to nail down a place his national team
The Guardian Oct 6, 2014
David de Gea considered leaving Manchester United after early problems

David de Gea considered leaving Manchester United after early problems

Goalkeeper struggled to cope with criticism of performances 23-year-old pleased his hard work has been recognised Match report: Manchester United 2-1 Everton Andy Hunter: De Gea leaves Howard in the shadeDavid de Gea considered leaving Manchester United during his difficult early days at the club but now believes he is in the finest ever form, with Sundays display in the 2-1 win over Everton a high point.The Spaniard joined United as a 20-year-old in the summer of 2011 for £18.9m, a British record fee for a goalkeeper. Yet De Gea struggled for consistency and his physique was questioned...
The Guardian Oct 5, 2014
Manchester Uniteds No1 David de Gea leaves Tim Howard in the shade | Andy Hunter

Manchester Uniteds No1 David de Gea leaves Tim Howard in the shade | Andy Hunter

The Manchester United goalkeeper saves the day at Old Trafford but his Everton counterpart continues to struggle for formRoberto Martínez claimed fine margins settled the outcome at Old Trafford but there was a decisive chasm between the contribution of the two goalkeepers. Where Tim Howard erred, David de Gea excelled and that fundamental margin helped elevate Manchester United to fourth in the Premier League and left Everton languishing fourth from bottom.There were other contrasts behind Louis van Gaals first taste of back-to-back league wins as the United manager, not least the impact of...
The Busby Babe Sep 21, 2014
Leicester City 5-3 Manchester United: player ratings

Leicester City 5-3 Manchester United: player ratings

Beating the players with sticks. Metaphorical sticks. Sadly. David de Gea: 0 Nothing much that could be done about the first goal or the penalties, but the suspicion is that he might have done better on the other two. Is acquiring a peculiar habit of watching shots go past him. That said, could hardly be blamed for the chaos ahead of him: yes, goalkeepers have to organise the defence, but some things defy organisation. Distribution was mixed, as ever. Rafael: 0 Oh, Rafael. Going forward, while he wasn't as impressive as against QPR, he still did okay providing support and thrust down the...

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