Manchester United are reportedly prepared to listen to offers in the summer for number-one David De Gea.
De Gea, 30, joined United all the way back in 2011 after making a £22.5m switch from Spanish side Atletico Madrid.
In a year that will mark the shot-stopper’s 10-year anniversary, there are growing suggestions the 30-year-old’s time at the heart of United’s defence could be coming to an end.
After securing back-up option Dean Henderson on a bumper new six-year deal less than 12-months ago (Sky Sports), the Red Devils’ are inundated with keeping talent.
However, a situation that would be the envy of most clubs appears to be causing the Red Devils some issues.
There have been recent reports that Henderson is growing ‘frustrated’ with his lack of playing time and hints he may look to move on (MEN).
We were quick to squash those reports – After reaching out to a source close to the player, we revealed that those claims were premature and Henderson remains fully committed to rivalling De Gea for the number one jersey.
But back to De Gea – According to a recent report from Eurosport, the Red Devils’ hierarchy is open to offers for their Spanish keeper in the summer transfer window.
It has been claimed that due to the player’s high wages there will be very few clubs able to lure him away from Old Trafford, however, one club who have been linked with a move is Mauricio Pochettino’s PSG.
Eurosport also reports that should De Gea stay with the club beyond the summer transfer window, Henderson is likely to request a move elsewhere.
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