Days After Solskjaer Hinted on De Gea's Exit, These Three Clubs Are Battling For His Signature
By Kibetevans-24 | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 40 views
Manchester United have been recently concerned with the poor run of perfomances by their first choice goalkeeper David Degea. The Spanish skipper has been United's first choice goalkeeper for more than three seasons now.
Degea has been one of the best goalkeepers in the past battling for golden glove in the recent years. However,the player has been leaking this season conceding easy goals. This has raised concerns by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian has been reported to be ready to put the player on sale. Emerging reports indicate that three top European clubs have shown interest in the player. These are; Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint Germain. These three clubs are expected to battle for the player's signature.
United are reportedly planning to sign a world-class goalkeeper. Clubs interested in Degea are yet to start official negotiations. Manchester United are keen to sell Degea because of his huge wage demands. It is understood that the player is the highest paid player at Old Trafford.
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