Manchester United interested in extending David De Gea’s contract – Man United News And Transfer News


Manchester United is investigating the possibility of extending David De Gea’s contract.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the club wants to bind its goalkeeper with a long-term contract.

De Gea is currently the club’s second highest paid player earning £ 375,000 a week, right behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Spaniard has returned to his best form this season, saving United on numerous occasions.

His world-class saving throws earned his team a lot of points.

However, some fans faced criticism regarding his soccer skills.

Some believe United are being held back from building the game due to the goalkeeper’s inability to pass.

ESPN’s Rob Dawson also reports that new manager Erik ten Hag has concerns about De Gea’s suitability for his system.

The Dutchman gameplay revolves around keeping control of your possession – something that starts from behind.

United are not expected to address the goalkeeping position this summer because of other priorities.

It will be fascinating to see how De Gea adjusts to the style of Ten Hag.

If United is considering future goalkeeping options, there are quite a few notable candidates to pick.

Maarten Vandervordt from Genk and Stefan Bajic from Saint Etienne are two great options with a lot of potential.

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