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Not from Arabia, the million-dollar offer De Gea would reject, surprises

David de Gea still can't find a new team

By Harry Smith

David de Gea still can't find a new team
David de Gea still can't find a new team
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Manchester United already has a new goalkeeper, the club has made official this afternoon the signing of André Onana, the goalkeeper joined his teammates in the tour of the United States, however, on the other hand David de Gea, who left the club earlier this month, still has not found a team. 

The Spanish goalkeeper, as we already know, decided to reach an agreement with United that his departure was the best decision for both parties, after not being able to reduce his salary, coupled with the fact that Ten Hag already had plans to start a new era in goal, made De Gea leave through the back door without being able to say goodbye to his teammates, other than in a message via social networks.

This undoubtedly saddened many fans who, although we knew that the departure of the Spanish goalkeeper had to happen soon, we did not think it was going to happen that way; now the goalkeeper is still looking for a place to end his football career and although there have been several possible destinations, the player has not yet decided which would be the best one. 

First there was talk that Saudi Arabian teams were planning to make him a millionaire offer, which would make him earn more than the 375,000 pounds a week that he earned at United, however, he has not yet accepted that proposal because in a new update a European team would be looking for the services of the Spaniard. 

Inter Milan, new interested bidder

Inter Milan have just lost their first choice goalkeeper after transferring him to Manchester United, the club would have to look for his replacement and it would seem that David de Gea is one of their targets, but according to reports close to the player, he would reject it for reasons that are still unknown, so it would seem that his time in Europe is over and he would look for new destinations.

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