David De Gea refuses to sign new contract with Manchester United

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Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea is still refusing to sign a new contract at Old Trafford as he continues to hold out for an offer from Real Madrid, according to Spanish newspaper El Confidencial. The Spain international stopper has been in fine form for the Red Devils this season, prompting speculation he could be lured away from Louis van Gaal's squad - specifically with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu on the horizon. Senior officials at Real Madrid are understood to have already discussed a potential move for De Gea, but the return to form of Iker Casillas has prompted the Champions League holders to delay entering negotiations with Manchester United. The 24-year-old is still being lined up as the veteran custodian's long-term replacement in Carlo Ancelotti's side, though, with the Spanish press also suggesting that summer signing Keylor Navas will not be good enough to claim the No.1 spot permanently. Navas will be given a chance to show his credentials in the Copa del

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