David De Gea joined Manchester United in 2011, and he has served as the No. 1 goalkeeper ever since. Old Trafford has one shot-stopper.
According to media reports, the Spanish goalkeeper has consented to sign a new contract with the Red Devils.
According to Football Insider, De Gea has agreed to take a pay cut in order to extend his contract with the club. He currently makes around £19.5million a year.
A record four times has been set by the former Atletico Madrid star who won the Matt Busby Player of the Year honor. He last achieved victory back in 2018.
Since then, his form has mainly been erratic. Erik ten Hag has, however, helped the La Roja star have a fantastic season.
De Gea has kept more clean sheets in the Premier League this season than anyone else, and he may be deserving of a new contract.
According to a news report, even though the 32-year-old keeper is expected to remain, Manchester United is still looking to add a backup because Dean Henderson might decide to leave in the summer.
Henderson is a gifted young player, but at Old Trafford, he has mostly served as a bench warmer.
De Gea, in my opinion, has reached the peak of his abilities; he will turn 33 in November. Would Man Utd be better served by signing a young, talented goalie in the summer?
How do you feel?