Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea 'still waiting for contract offer'

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea 'still waiting for contract offer'

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea 'still waiting for contract offer'

The article also claims that Manchester United's delay in getting the situation resolved has only served to fuel the speculation that De Gea could eventually head to Real Madrid.

Manchester United are preparing a monster new contract to offer to David De Gea in the hope that it will fend off Real Madrid once and for all.

The same story says that De Gea's representatives have been "pushing" for Manchester United to offer the goalkeeper an improved contract at the Old Trafford club. He has 18 months left on his deal, forcing the Red Devils to come to a decision: either extend their man, sell him, let him walk for free or tack on another year on his deal.

But De Gea has been in outstanding form since and there are concerns in his party he has fallen way behind the top earners at Manchester United, despite being their best player this season.

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However, Benteke's joy soon turned to disbelief as he saw De Gea miraculously get a right hand to the ball and clear it from danger in one clean swoop.

Florentino Perez reportedly wants to replace Keylor Navas, but has been unable to purchase another keeper, while Zinedine Zidane has refused to buy a replacement in January.

This season as well, De Gea has been a rock at the back and has shown his pedigree to make world-class saves with both hands and feet, boasting a record of 15 shutouts in 29 Premier League appearances thus far. Of course he's going to try to give him a contract that keeps him here for much longer than that option that of course we are going to execute.

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