David de Gea considering Manchester United contract extension

The transfer window is now slammed shut, and David de Gea remains a Manchester United player. Although there was a deal in place for the Spaniard to move to Real Madrid, the clubs involved couldn’t push it through in time and Louis van Gaal will have his services for at least one more year.

According to the Spanish publication Marca, Real Madrid have ruled out a move for the 25-year old in January, and now the goalkeeper is considering signing a contract renewal at Old Trafford.

Whether thats because he knows his game time will be limited, if not non-existent if he doesn’t sign a new contract, or whether he has given up hope on joining Real Madrid all together remains to be seen – one thing we do know is that he wants to play for Manchester United.

Fair play to David de Gea in all of this. He hasn’t once stepped out of line, he didn’t hand in a transfer request and has acted professionally from minute one. If he signs a new contract and gives us another world class season, I’m sure Manchester United fans will not dispute a move if he wants to leave next summer.

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2 Comments

  1. I wouldn’t take Marca’s word for anything more than I would that of anyone at Real, however; if de Gea does sign an extension (with a buy out clause) I hope that Van Gaal will play him ahead of the other keepers on the United roster. De gea is the best shot stopper in the world imho, and second only to Neuer in terms ov f overall abillity and influence, he is also a real Pro and deserves to play and, when the time comes, be allowed to leave United on good terms with the fans respect and grattitude.

  2. tell madrid to piss off every time they dangle a player mutd jump its about time you wise up espeshaly that dick head is the manager he hates mutd and that my freinds is a fact never deal with them again we are better off with out them once we win the prem they will come running

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