Real Madrid manager Zindedine Zidane reportedly disagrees with the club president Florentino Perez about signing Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea.
Back then in the summer of 2015, Real Madrid almost signed David De Gea from Manchester United on the deadline day, only for paperwork problems to hindered the move.
The goalkeeper has since signed a new contract at Old Trafford keeping him at the Old Trafford club until 2019.
Nevertheless, reports in Spain keeps revealing that the former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper remains a target for Real Madrid.
And Diariogol have brought out a different report, where they said Real Madrid president Perez wants to sign De Gea this summer, but manager Zidane does not.
Not because of any personal issues but because the Madrid boss wants to strengthen his squad in other areas as Madrid players like Pepe, Coentrao, James Rodriguez, Isco, Morata, Karim Benzema, could leave at any time.
Manchester United paid a British record 17.8 million pounds for a goalkeeper when they signed the 26-year-old goalie from Atletico in 2011.
However, It was additionally added by Diariogol that Zidane would prefer to bring Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to the Bernabeu over De Gea.
De Gea has made 32 appearances for Jose Mourinho’s side this season as he remains the first choice goalkeeper in the squad.