He was voted Golden Glove of the season in the Premier League but his contract, which expires in June, has still not been extended. This is the strange situation in which David de Gea has embarked a stone’s throw from the end of his lease with Manchester United. While he is currently earning 432,000 euros per week, his leaders would like him to agree to a hell of a drop in income which would only give him 200,000 euros per week.
It is precisely this condition that would make the clan of the Spanish porter wince in the negotiations that are currently taking place. Asked about this, Erik Ten Hag, his trainer, said to himself “convinced» that the 32-year-old goalkeeper extends in the north of England. “I think we want him to stay and he wants to stay, so I think we’ll meet again. I think we want him to stay and he wants to stay, so I think we’ll meet again. “An extension of the best goalkeeper in the Premier League this season would already be a good first stone laid by Manchester United for its summer transfer window which promises to be very eventful.