Man United to dump targets for De Gea’s replacement
The English Premier League outfit Manchester United have reportedly resigned their fate in keeping Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea for the coming season.
The former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper has refused to sign a new deal with the Red Devils despite the insistence of the club to lure him to the table for talks.
David De Gea is reported to be unhappy at the Old Trafford despite demanding a weekly wage of 350,000 Euros as a condition for him to remain at the club.
Now that the Red Devils are not willing to meet with his demand, he could be on his way out while speculations of replacements have been dismissed.
The latest report reveals that Man United are ready to keep faith with second choice goalkeeper Sergio Romero to name him the first choice.
Records reveal that the Argentina international has made 44 appearances since arriving at United in 2015 but has not been favoured for first-team roles.
This could now be his time with United not ready to pay big for any new goalkeeper.
Meanwhile, David De Gea has been linked to a number of clubs including Real Madrid, PSG and Bayern Munich but reports claim that he will be heading to the Italian Serie A champions Juventus.