Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea looks like he has played his last match for the club as his contract comes to an end this month.
The Spanish international shot-stopper has been the club’s number one since arriving from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and was expected to sign a new one-year deal with the Red Devils.
Red Devils want new keeper to replace Spaniard
According to The Daily Mirror’s David McDonnell, United manager Erik Ten Hag has lined up three replacements to replace De Gea; with Porto’s Diogo Costa, Everton and England number one Jordan Pickford, and Inter Milan stopper Andre Onana all listed.
De Gea was not included on United’s list of retained players that was released today with sources close to the player saying that contract talks had stalled between the club and the player in recent weeks.
A contract extension could still be agreed upon but De Gea will need to take a huge wage cut from his current $480,000-a-week salary if he is to add to his 12-year stint at the club.