Manchester United are exploring the potential of extending David De Gea‘s contract.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the membership need to tie down their goalkeeper on a long-term deal.
— utdreport (@utdreport) April 25, 2022
De Gea is at present the second-highest paid participant on the membership, incomes £375,000 per week, simply behind Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Spaniard has been again to his greatest this season, saving United on a number of events.
His world class saves have earned his group loads of factors.
There has nevertheless been criticism from a bit of the fanbase concerning his capability on the ball.
Some consider that United are held again of their build-up play because of the goalkeeper’s lack of functionality to go.
ESPN‘s Rob Dawson also reports that new manager Erik ten Hag has concerns regarding De Gea’s suitability to his system.
The Dutchman’s gameplay revolves round retaining management in possession – one thing which begins from the again.
United aren’t anticipated to handle the goalkeeping state of affairs this summer time as a consequence of different priorities.
It will likely be fascinating to see how De Gea adapts to Ten Hag’s type of play.
If United are future goalkeeping choices, then there are fairly a number of notable candidates they might go for.
Genk’s Maarten Vandervordt and Saint Etienne’s Stefan Bajic are two nice choices, with excessive potential.