You might realize in the past couple of transfer market, David de Gea’s name always popped out on the media, saying the Manchester United goalkeeper will soon leave the club. But to this date, he remains with the Red Devils and he’s still being Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s first choice.
David de Gea himself once said to the media that he wants to return to his home in Spain. He was also widely known to be Real Madrid top target for the past couple of transfer market. But they failed to get him out of the Old Trafford, and in the end, they decided to buy Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea in summer 2018. But it seems Zinedine Zidane wasn’t satisfied enough with the Belgian goalkeeper and they tried to sign Davie De Gea in the 2019 summer transfer market, which ends up as a failure.
But now, according to reports, David de Gea is set to reject a new Manchester United deal and wants to leave the Old Trafford on a free transfer next summer. The source told Malaysia gambling site the Red Devils’ side have been in contract talks with David d Gea’s representatives for months, but are yet to come to an agreement.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer Positive David de Gea Will Remain At the Old Trafford
Another report claims that the 28-year-old goalkeeper once told his friends he is preparing to snub a whooping 350.000 pounds a week deal at the Old Trafford. By that, it means David De Gea could sign a pre-contract deal with an overseas club in January 2020.
So far, Juventus is reported as one of the suiter. The Old Lady is reportedly interested in snapping David de Gea up on a free transfer. As you know, they’ve done the same thing to the former Arsenal star, Aaron Ramsey earlier this year.
Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer seems to have a different opinion about David de Gea’s future with the Red Devils. The Norwegian manager appeared confident on securing the longest-serving player in the current Manchester United squad.
In an interview, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer told casino online Malaysia free credit that he hoped David de Gea’s new contract will going to be sorted soon. He’s positive the goalkeeper will remain at the Old Trafford. And he hoped David de Gea will stay with them for many years.