For many years Manchester United have had good Goalkeepers. From Peter, Edwin to De Gea and now Dean. All but brilliant keepers while at there pick. So is a difficult situation for manager Ole. As he has two very good goal-keepers at his disposal.
David has been in the Manchester United books for a decade now. Having arrived form Atletico Madrid back in 2011. With a solemnly target of replacing aged Edwin by then. He would later prove his £18m worthy, which United paid Atletico Madrid.
But now after a failed move to Real Madrid back in 2015. David is now 30 years old and he has found his qualities in question based on recent performances, after a series of mistakes. However with United always rich in keepers, again Ole Gunnar has Dean at his disposal. Who has stepped in for David who left for Spain as his wife was having there first child.
Later Ole would have Dean between the sticks for seven consecutive matches. And now after a good outing against Brighton. He's again dimmed for another start today against Spurs. As per the Daily mail he has even been considered, for number one spot at club level by Ole.
These would mean David will have to exit Old Trafford. And the same report indicate that even Manchester United have, set £50m as asking price for David. However despite all Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Ac Milan linked with his signature. Not forgetting PSG, very few can really find themselves financially in a position to sign the Spaniard.
Real Madrid have Courtois who is two years younger than David and worthy investing in. While Barcelona had made Stergan sign, a four year new contract not long ago. So is Oblak who has a very high salary and a more than £100m release clause. Only PSG are favourites to land him. Considering there financial muscle and Navas is now at 34yrsr of age.
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