Manchester United's goalkeeper David de Gea arrives at Las Rozas' Soccer City on September 1, 2015. AFP PHOTO/ PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU
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Real and United blamed each other for the bureaucratic snafu, which means De Gea will remain in Manchester, while Real's Costa Rica 'keeper Keylor Navas, who was meant to join United as part of the deal, stays in Madrid.De Gea, whose United contract expires at the end of the season, could find himself in limbo, at least until the end of the year when the market opens again.While the transfer saga rumbled on, United coach Louis van Gaal left the former Atletico Madrid 'keeper out of the squad, with Argentina's Sergio Romero playing instead.
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