Man United unlikely to extend De Gea contract

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Manchester United are unlikely to activate David de Gea contract extension in the summer and instead will look for a new goalkeeper when 2022-2023 ends. season, reports Sky Sports Germany. Florian Plettenberg.

He reports that while the 32-year-old Spain international wants to stay at Old Trafford for another 12 months, United boss Erik ten Haag is open to the idea of ​​a new No.1.

De Gea is one of the best shot-stoppers in the business, as he has proven on several occasions this season, but Ten Haag are reportedly looking for a defender who is more comfortable with the ball at his feet.

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De Gea could thus be available on a free transfer when the current campaign ends in May 2023.

United signed De Gea for £19million in 2011 and he has become one of the most reliable players in a side that has struggled since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013.

However, if the Spaniard were to move on, United would free up a significant chunk of their wage bill.

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