Manchester United drop David De Gea asking price to £25m, after Hugo Lloris became available for Red Devils, according to Louis van Gaal wants to sell his current goalkeeper before the tour to the United States. Real Madrid is interested in bringing the Spaniard to the "Galacticos". Can David De Gea change rainy Manchester for sunny Madrid?

With the transfer window officially open, clubs are trying to get as many players as they need. Many clubs are stepping up their activity in transfer window to sign new players. One of the biggest clubs in Europe, Manchester United have already signed £25 million Dutchman Memphis Depay, while Louis van Gaal is preparing bids for Sergio Ramos and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

United failed on signing Robert Firmino, but it isn't something to worry about because there are many offensive midfielders available on the transfer market. It seems that Red Devils are closer to sign Hugo Lloris from Tottenham Hotspur.

De Gea deal edging closer

Their own goalkeeper David De Gea is primed to enter Madrid. United are keen to wrap up the sale of their last season best player. They now want £25 million so it's nearly as much as Real Madrid is ready to pay for the Spanish goalie. Madrid has already offered £21 million and the deal is getting closer. The sale of David De Gea has slowed over the past few weeks as United stepped up their interest to want-awat Real Madrid centre-back Sergio Ramos. The Spanish defender has officially informed the club that he is keen to change club in the summer transfer window.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is trying to convince the board to sell De Gea, so that they can bring in Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris for only £14 million.

The Dutchman is a big fan of the French international and he thinks that losing David De Gea wouldn't be that bad if he can wrap up 26-year-old player before the team reconvenes ahead of their pre-season tour to the United States.

Record breaking transfer

When David De Gea joins Real Madrid he will put his name in the transfer record books in the goalkeeping section. The deal will come nowhere near the transfer of Gianluigi Buffon (52.88 million), but the Spaniard will have his own claims to fame. De Gea will replace Jan Oblak as the priciest goalkeeper in the Primera Division history.

People from Manchester United claims that David De Gea has already said his goodbyes to team-mates and staff, so the deal is edging closer. Can we see another big-name transfer after Petr Cech became an Arsenal player? We will know soon.