David De Gea's Manchester United deal expires next summer. There has been some discussion about the Spaniard's goalkeeping style being out of date, with many claiming it is not like that of modern goalkeepers, who are not only good at making blocks but also excellent at playing the ball with their feet.
Many believe United may not offer him a new deal; to further hint that may be so, Teamtalk claims Manchester United have set their eyes on FC Porto's goalie, Diogo Costa. As per the report, the Red Devils are keen to bring the 23-year-old to Old Trafford, and of all the teams that have shown interest in him, United are best positioned to sign him. Porto would want £52 million to let go of Costa; if United would pay that, we will have to wait and see.
Meanwhile, James Maddison may be on his way to Manchester United, as per PeoplePerson. A while back during the Solskjaer reign, the Leicester man was linked with a move to Old Trafford; however, that move never materialised.
After signing Bruno Fernandes, many never thought there would be a time when United would go back for Madison, but they have. Maddison has been in top form this season; he has five goals and two assists. Ten Hag might have just seen in him an ingredient in what he's trying to cook at Old Trafford.
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