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. ”
We bring you the best of the transfer that never was, or that could still be..
— 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
David De Gea’s plane after he heard the deal is off… pic.twitter.com/l1jTpIrnIT
— 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