David de Gea is being offered to clubs across Europe by his representatives, the Mail reports.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has started Dean Henderson in goal for seven straight games, most recently against Brighton, and all of this has cast further doubt over De Gea’s future at Old Trafford.
The 30-year-old could be about to call time on his decade in England by moving abroad in the summer.
No club can afford to pay a goalkeeper £375,000-a-week and only use him as the back-up option, and De Gea knows he needs to play if he wants to get back into the Spain starting eleven.
Although no transfer has been mentioned as of yet, the Mail claim United would want in the region of £50m – and his wages are set to be a stumbling block because I can’t see him getting that money (mentioned in previous paragraph) elsewhere.
PSG, Real Madrid and De Gea’s former club Atletico Madrid are all linked to the Spaniard.
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