Good News For Manchester United Fans As Solskjaer Is Keen To Switch David de Gea For Sensational GK
By BlissMedia.co.ke | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 29 views
Manchester United's first choice Spaniard goalkeeper David de Gea has struggled to be at his best in the last two season which has been alarming to the United hierarchy and fans at large.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer held a crisis meeting with both Dean Henderson and David de Gea where he notified them that either of them will have to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season.
If one goalkeeper is moved on, Solskjaer will be looking forward to bring in a new replacement who will play second choice, but will be greatly involved in the Manchester United games.
According to Todo Fichajes news reports, Manchester United are very willing to get to business with AC Milan in a deal involving their goalkeepers.
It is believed that Manchester United have contacted AC Milan on a deal for their Italian shot stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma who's contract is running out soon.
Manchester United will face major trouble in the race to get Gianluigi Donnarumma as top clubs like Juventus, Bayern Munich and Chelsea have been targeting him for a long time. However, Manchester United might get the first hand in signing him as the prospect of playing for the club is enticing, plus AC Milan will like De Gea to play for them.
Will this deal be a benefit to Manchester United?
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