Ten years after his arrival at Manchester United, David De Gea is no longer in honor of holiness. The Spanish porter is pushed towards the exit.
Since the departure of Edwin van der Sar, Manchester United never quite managed to find an Imperial Guardian. Recruited in 2011 from Atlético de Madrid, David De Gea Yet did the Red Devils proud service for nearly a decade. But the international goalkeeper has also experienced several periods of less well, with a number of dumplings stuck in the throats of Mancunian supporters.
With two years left of contract, David De Gea should be pushed to exit by its leaders. This is not the first time that the latter have considered parting with their doorman, but this year they seem more determined than before. And to move on, Ed Woodward would be ready to pay the remaining two years to his player. At least that’s what people think they know The Mirror.
Over 43 M €
De Gea earns a salary of just over 410,000 euros per week. Mancunian leaders should spend € 43 million. A real fortune which should all the same push them to seek a buyer and to negotiate directly with David De Gea, now on the bench for the benefit of Dean Henderson.
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