Deal Or No Deal: Twitter Reacts As De Gea’s Move To Real Madrid Collapses Over Late Paperwork
David De Gea’s move to Real Madrid from Manchester United may have gone sideways, but it was surely a winner for twitter. With Manchester United and Real Madrid reportedly failing to complete the transfer of goalkeeper De Gea, twitter went to overdrive. ”
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— Andhika Widianto (@Dhika_Elementos) September 1, 2015
— Cathy Hackl (@CathyHackl) September 1, 2015
Real Madrid trying to open Manchester United’s De Gea transfer documentation like… pic.twitter.com/7P21ay3do3
— Transfer news (@TrustyTransfers) September 1, 2015
De Gea be like: pic.twitter.com/T4puX0IHaL
— ⠀ (@mle7an_) September 1, 2015
— Nabit♚ (@Mempholic) September 1, 2015
Rafa Benitez reaction to de gea not signing pic.twitter.com/2kAhcdenzA
— Luke (@Lukedon10) September 1, 2015
Real Madrid downloading De Gea Transfer documents pic.twitter.com/A7g0LwgEkE
— Mike Strypes (@mikestrypes) August 31, 2015
So the document confirming De Gea signing was password protected so couldn’t be opened in time? Would love the password to be ForzaBarca ?
— Aidan O’Brien (@AidOBrien98) August 31, 2015
Benitez tomorrow: “The reason we haven’t signed De Gea is a stupid one, and that’s a fax”.
— United Watch (@United_Watch_) August 31, 2015
The De Gea papers disappeared quicker than Hazard & Fabregas against Crystal Palace.
— José Mourinho (@KingMourinho) August 31, 2015
De Gea paperwork sent in a bottle, last spotted floating around Donaghadee harbour at 4:05 pm approx this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/Lo7qfNIRXv
— David Kerr (@DavidKerr1882) August 31, 2015
Hmm this De Gea saga reminds me of that one time when I stayed up all night to finish a paper only to accidentally close it without saving.
— FG (@FunnyGooner) August 31, 2015