Manchester United news: David De Gea’s future still uncertain as it’s revealed new contract is yet to be signed


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By Anton Stanley

11th August 2019,
12:16 pm

Manchester United face more uncertainty over the future of goalkeeper David De Gea after it was revealed he’s still yet to sign a new contract at Old Trafford.

There had been reports a huge £350,000 per week deal had been penned in recent weeks but the Sunday Mirror suggest this isn’t the case.

De Gea looks set to become the highest-paid keeper in the world

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De Gea looks set to become the highest-paid keeper in the world

It’s added negotiations have failed with their shot-stopper and the Red Devils don’t know if the contract will be finalised and signed.

If De Gea, 28, does not put pen to paper then he will be free to speak with foreign clubs from January as his current deal ends next summer.

Should the Spaniard choose to wait things out and leave on a free transfer he would likely command a huge signing-on fee where ever ends up.

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Meanwhile, Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had believed the player’s new contract was all sewn up in July.

He told the club’s official website: “David’s had a summer now where he’s been negotiating and thinking about his contract, so we hope that we’re going to get it sorted soon.”

By his high standards, De Gea had a season to forget in 2018/19

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By his high standards, De Gea had a season to forget in 2018/19

Real Madrid have shown an interest in the player previously and almost landed him in 2015 only to see the transfer breakdown at the last minute.


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