According to reports, Premier League side Manchester United are allegedly set to offload their goalkeeper David de Gea for about £75million at the conclusion of the current season as Serie A side Juventus prepare a transfer.
In a massive blow to the Red Devils, it seems like the Spain international safe hand will quit Old Trafford by not penning a fresh contract.
David De Gea’s present contract runs out at the end of the campaign, though the Red devils can trigger a one-season extension to that and make plans to do so before offloading him at a valuation of £75million in the summer, as per the footall.com.
The claim adds that the Serie A champions look in pole position to land the 28-year-old, though the Daily Mail report has made the huge claim that he seems set to join Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain on a free.
This is all disturbing for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United, but if they can activate that one-year elongation in his deal, it will mean they can chose a healthy transfer price for their star goalkeeper.
The Spain international goalie has been a key performer for Manchester United in recent seasons which has rapidly increase the odds of winning while betting with mobybets.com, and it’s difficult to imagine they will find easily someone to perfectly replace him.
The Mail connects the side with England international and Everton safe hand Jordan Pickford, but those will be huge gloves to perfectly fill even for a goalkeeper of his talents.
We’ll wait and see if the world cup winner will truly depart Old Trafford for those two European giants linked.