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De Gea is closing in on an agreement with a top European club

After 12 seasons defending Manchester United, the experienced Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea finds himself available in the transfer market, seeking new opportunities in his career at the age of 32.

Despite various speculations about his future after leaving the English club, De Gea seems to have ignored any interest or inquiries coming from Saudi Arabia. Instead, all signs point to a probable move to another European football giant.

Having failed to reach an agreement to renew his contract with Manchester United, De Gea became a free agent. Now, he can explore new opportunities and continue his professional journey with another club. There was no agreement on contract renewal with Manchester United.

Meanwhile, Manchester United has already made moves to secure a new goalkeeper, signing Onana, formerly of Inter Milan, to fill the position between the posts. Thus, the club is ensuring a suitable replacement for De Gea. The goalkeeper made history after several seasons wearing the Manchester United jersey.

De Gea linked to another European giant

One possibility that has emerged for De Gea’s future is Bayern Munich. The club is considering the acquisition of the Spanish goalkeeper to strengthen their goalkeeping position. With Neuer’s injury and uncertainty surrounding Inter Milan’s target Sommer, the German club aims to secure two top-level goalkeepers in their squad.

Furthermore, as Neuer approaches the latter stages of his career, the search for an experienced and talented player like De Gea becomes even more relevant. The goalkeeper in question has already enjoyed a successful stint at Atletico Madrid before transferring to Manchester United.

Throughout his 545 appearances for the English club, De Gea showcased immense skill, conceding only 59 goals and keeping an impressive 190 balls out of the net. His experience and talent make him an attractive option, and as a result, Bayern is already gathering information about a possible negotiation.

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