De Gea’s Leaked Whatsapp Conversation Puts His Real Madrid Move In Serious Doubt

Manchester United's David De Gea looks dejected.

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Any chances of David De Gea leaving Manchester United for Real Madrid now seem to have gone down the drain, following the goalkeeper’s leaked Whatsapp conversation.

De Gea has been linked with a sensational return to the Spanish capital for quite some time now, with almost every news outlet in both England and Spain claiming that Los Blancos will attempt to do whatever it takes to sign the player in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Zinedine Zidane intends to solve the crisis between the sticks at the Bernabeu as soon as possible, and with the help of the club’s enormous financial resources, the Frenchman has been prepared to make De Gea the most expensive goalkeeper of all time for quite a while now.

However, following the emergence of new reports from Diario Gol, this imminent move seems to be on the verge of breaking down completely.

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As per the trusted Spanish source, a few messages from David De Gea’s own Whatsapp – a social messenger application – have gotten leaked on social media, and their content will surely displease every person related to Real Madrid.

The 26-year-old ex-Atletico Madrid man apparently sent a message to an unnamed current Rojiblancos player, urging him and his teammates to defeat Real in the upcoming Champions League semifinal to go on and claim European glory.

This conversation will definitely infuriate the Real Madrid fans, who already share a rough relationship with the fans as well as the players associated with their cross-town rivals.

And to add to this story, recent reports from ESPN claim that David De Gea has given absolutely no indication that he wants to quit the Old Trafford outfit, as he believes the Red Devils’ current squad is heading in the right direction under the management of Jose Mourinho.


Written by Kunal Kambli  

An introverted grammar pedantic who worships football and loves writing about it. Part of the BlameFootball team since 2016.

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