Already entering the new season, there’s remain uncertainties regarding David De Gea’s future at Manchester United. The shot stopper is yet to agree on any new contract with Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side up til now.
Both parties were supposedly talking about a new agreement this time around, but so far nothing has been done yet. This create a new buzz in the media about the Spanish international’s future.
Last month, reports are claiming that a new deal worth 350,000 pounds will be agreed. Apparently, until this date, there’s been no breakthrough regarding that new contract talks.
If this situation doesn’t change until January, De Gea is allowed to talks with new teams and leave for free next year. That probabilities getting bigger knowing Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid remain keen on the goalie.
If Man United are still looking to keep the Spaniard around, they must handle things immediately. Leaving things continuously open could put them in a very dangerous situation.
Although there’s still enough time for new deal agreement, but the keeper’s representative might start to change their mind. Seeing the potential of moving and join other teams that offer something more can be tempting for De Gea.
It’s a delicate situation that must be handle with care by Man United as they could lose a top player for nothing. Losing him can put United in a position to search for another quality keeper next season.