David De gea Future at Manchester United in Limbo

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 19: David De Gea of Manchester United reacts during the Premier League match between Brighton

Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 30, is determined to remain at Manchester United despite competition for places at Old Trafford increasing following the return of former England stopper Tom Heaton, 35, after his release from Aston Villa.

The England keeper has agreed a 2 year contract with the Red devils until June 2023, with the option for a further year.

This marks a return to Manchester United for the 35-year-old, who spent 13 years at the club as a youngster.

Tom Heaton has three caps for his country and has also had permanent spells at Cardiff City, Bristol City, Burnley and Aston Villa. The Keeper’s contract had expired at Aston Villa and he has moved to Manchester united on a free transfer.

David De gea is currently only international duty with Spain who have qualified for the Euro Semis but has been forced to sit on the bench following his recent worrying form. He missed the deciding penalty against Villareal that saw united hope of silverware languish last summer.

Psg are interested in signing the player and it remains to be seen whether they would materialize the interest. He is currently the highest earner at the club and among the top earners in the league. There are no concrete offers for the Spaniard so far


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