English Premier League top side Manchester United is willing to let their shot-stopper David de Gea. According to reports, the club is reportedly ready to sell him.
Manchester United have concluded that they will let the goalkeeper go in the next transfer window. The 30-year-old has so far made 433 appearances for United.
United Set to Let David de Gea Go
David de Gea arrived at Manchester United in 2011 from Spanish La Liga side Atletico Madrid. He has been the club’s first-choice stopper this season, and despite the return of English keeper Dean Henderson, he is still the first team goalie.
Dean Henderson’s return and his current form are what is pushing the English club to let David de Dea go. According to reports, Manchester United will allow either Henderson or De Gea go, and De Gea is the one that is most likely to go.
Many clubs in the English Premier League come for Henderson, and United are unwilling to let the goalkeeper go because of his age. They are willing to De Gea go instead of the English man.