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Real Madrid’s De Gea Deal Collapses…Spanish Club Blames Manchester United [STATEMENT]

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Manchester United goalkeeper appeared all certain to join Real Madrid before the summer transfer deadline when both clubs eventually agreed a £29million but that transfer will not go ahead this summer again.

Both clubs eventually opened talks about the Spanish goalkeeper on Monday and agreed a deal for the 24-year-old.

Part of the deal was a part exchange for Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas. The deal didn’t go through eventually as Manchester United did not submit the paperwork in time before the Spanish deadline time.

The Manchester United goalkeeper is said to be devastated at the moment. Already, the blame-game has commenced as Manchester United claims that the Spanish club were responsible for the collapse of the deal.

On their part, Real Madrid claims to have done everything humanly possible to make sure the deal went through and blamed the sad incident on the English club’s lapses.

The La Liga giants have released a press statement to that effect:

“Following yesterday’s events in relation to the intended signing of the player David de Gea, Real Madrid wishes to state:

1. Manchester United did not agree to open any negotiations over the federative rights of David de Gea until yesterday morning.

2. Real Madrid, despite the difficulties entailed in carrying out a deal of these characteristics on the final day of registration, agreed to initiate these talks.

3. When Manchester United agreed to negotiate yesterday morning, they made it subject to reaching an agreement with Real Madrid’s Keylor Navas for the player to join the British club from this season, and stated that it was in contact with the aforementioned player’s representatives.

4. Real Madrid and Manchester United quickly reached an agreement for the transfers of both players. Following the drawing up of the relevant contractual documentation required, and with the purpose of proceeding with enough time to process both FIFA’s Transfer Matching System (TMS) and the registration with the Liga de Fútbol Profesional, Real Madrid sent Manchester United the contracts at 13.39 Spanish time.

5. Manchester United sent their remarks regarding the aforementioned contracts eight hours later, at 21.43 Spanish time, including minor modifications. As these modifications were not significant, they were all accepted immediately by Real Madrid, with the intention being able to register the player on time both via TMS and with the Liga de Fútbol Profesional.

6. Real Madrid, having obtained the signatures of the players De Gea and Keylor Navas, sent the British club the aforementioned signed contracts at 23:32 Spanish time, before waiting to receive the final documents signed by Manchester United.

7. Manchester United reached a final agreement with the representatives of Keylor Navas at 23:53 Spanish time, and it is at this point that the contracts were sent to the player to be signed.

8. Manchester United entered the details of the David de Gea deal, not those of Keylor Navas, at 00:00 Spanish time, simultaneously sending Real Madrid the signed transfer contracts. Real Madrid received this complete documentation at 00:02 and attempted to access TMS, but it was now closed.

9. At 00:26 Spanish time, FIFA’s TMS invited Real Madrid to fill out the details of the player David de Gea, as the period of registration in England remains open until today. Real Madrid, in view of the possible eventuality of an administrative dispute over the player’s transfer, decided to send the contracts to the Liga de Fútbol Profesional, despite the knowledge that the deadline had passed.

10. In short, Real Madrid did everything necessary at all times to complete both transfers. “

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