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United ‘ready farewell message’ opens exit door for controversial player



De Gea

Manchester United seem to have given up on keeping star player David De Gea as they are reported to have named an asking price of £75 million for any suitor interested in his signature at the end of the season.

Efforts by the Red Devils to convince the former Atletico goalkeeper into committing his future to the club failed as he insists on leaving.

The Spanish player can no longer guarantee his happiness at the club under manager Jose Mourinho and he has been well discouraged by the bad results coming out of the club.

It is suggested that David De Gea is unsure of United’s qualification for next season’s Champions League and will not fancy playing in the Europa with his side currently seventh in the Premier League table.

Sun, therefore, reports that United have given up on keeping him and are ready to accept £75 million to let the 28-years-old leave.

However, Italian champions Juventus are reported to be interested in the Spanish stopper and might be ready to meet with the asking price to be able to strike a deal at the end of the season.

Having acquired Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus are making efforts to line up stars in their team, a bid to dominate in the Champions League.