Manchester United “could sell David De Gea to raise money for the summer transfer window” with Dean Henderson and Sergio Romero considering taking over the No. 1 role at Old Trafford
- The Spaniard, 29, struggled to return after a shocking first few months
- He would like to return to La Liga, but moving to Juventus or PSG seems more likely
- His contract was extended to 2023 last year for fear of losing it for free
- Red Devils are watching Dean Henderson – lent to Sheffield United
Manchester United “could sell David De Gea to raise money for the summer transfer period.”
The Spanish goalkeeper, 29, is struggling to return after a shocking first few months of the season and this campaign has been far from his best.
He would like to return to La Liga, but a switch to Juventus or PSG seems more likely Target.
The Spaniard, 29, struggled to return after a shocking first few months of the season
His contract with Old Trafford was extended to 2023 in September after the club feared losing it for free.
The Red Devils are keeping a close eye on Dean Henderson – on loan to Sheffield United – who helped the Blades to 7th place in the competition.
The 22-year-old is dreaming on the South Yorkshire side of European football and is pitched like a future star in England.
The Red Devils are watching Dean Henderson, who is on loan to Sheffield United
United also has Sergio Romero, who is considered by some to be the best reserve keeper in the competition.
It comes when the club continues to ‘suffer’ while remaining in exile in the Champions League.
The costs of this have been emphasized this week, as the latest financial figures confirmed a fall in sales that could total £ 70 million for the year.
It is largely due to the absence of United in the Champions League and Solskjaer hopes to qualify next season through the Premier League or Europa League.
United will face Club Brugge on Thursday-evening in the second leg of their final 32 tie at Old Trafford.
United also has Sergio Romero, who according to some is the best reserve keeper in the competition