Manchester United keeper De Gea will turn down Real Madrid move

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea could be set to stay at Old Trafford.

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Each day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…

Robin van Persie has had crunch talks with his agent as his Old Trafford future hangs in the balance.

Derby want Steve McClaren to quit and clear the way for a new manager.

Sunderland hero Dick Advocaat has told the club: If you want me as boss, splash the cash.

Tony Pulis has warned Saido Berahino he wants none of the contract controversy engulfing Raheem Sterling at Liverpool.

Arsene Wenger has told Barcelona Aaron Ramsey is not for sale.

Ron Vlaar could hand Aston Villa an FA Cup final boost by agreeing a new deal with the club.

Louis van Gaal believes goalkeeper David De Gea has changed his mind and will snub Real Madrid to stay at Manchester United.

Steve McClaren was last night edging towards the exit at Derby – but is believed to be unwilling to resign as manager of the Championship outfit.

Dick Advocaat has told Sunderland he might stay – if the club buy him six new players.

Manuel Pellegrini says his end-of-season meeting with Manchester City’s top brass will not decide his future.

Garry Monk insists his Swansea stars are going nowhere this summer.

Ron Vlaar is set to complete a major U-turn and stay at Aston Villa.

Sam Allardyce is missing the meeting on Monday where his future as West Ham boss will be decided.

Brendan Rodgers has declared he is "150 per cent" confident he will be Liverpool boss next season.

Manuel Pellegrini believes Manchester City will tell him tomorrow to carry on as manager.

Louis Van Gaal has not given up hope of David De Gea snubbing Real Madrid to stay at Manchester United.

Mats Hummels performed a U-turn over a possible move to Manchester United because they took too long to firm up their interest.

Bournemouth are making a fresh attempt to sign Birmingham whizz kid Demarai Gray.

Manchester City are overwhelming favorites to sign Raheem Sterling and will bid for the Liverpool forward when the transfer window opens.

Steve McClaren’s impending departure from Derby is stalling on the terms of his compensation, amid the club’s belief he could still take over at Newcastle.

Louis Van Gaal has not given up hope of keeping David de Gea out of Real Madrid’s clutches and persuading the Spanish goalkeeper to stay at Manchester United.

Rafa Benitez is poised for a sensational return to the Bernabeu with Real Madrid expected to sack Carlo Ancelotti tomorrow and appoint the former Liverpool boss next week

Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard should be fast-tracked into the England set-up as soon as their American adventures are over, according to Roy Hodgson.

Survival rather than Europe was expected to be Southampton’s priority when the season began and, with the same advanced planning that has underpinned their progress, they are already preparing for the probable departure of Morgan Schneiderlin.

Brendan Rodgers has pinned responsibility for Raheem Sterling’s contract controversy firmly on Aidy Ward by urging Liverpool supporters not to abuse the winger at Stoke City as "he is being led by the representative".