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Taking a risk without De Gea is the best option for Man Utd

The Spanish goalkeeper's high salary means a lot is expected of him.

By Harry Smith

The Spanish goalkeeper's high salary means a lot is expected of him.
The Spanish goalkeeper's high salary means a lot is expected of him.
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Manchester United is a team that for several seasons has been trying to get back to the good times, where titles and championships were more common in Man Utd's trophy cabinet, the team is living a drought of winning titles in recent years, which has seen Chelsea and Liverpool win the Champions League, and Manchester City win four Premier Leagues in the last five years.


Dutch manager Erik ten Hag's project is ambitious in every way, with the main objective being to find a rhythm that will benefit the team, thereby reversing the situation that has dogged the club for years. The board invested £225 million in players to turn the situation around, they have a lot of confidence in the coach who can help them fight for important titles.


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Some players are emblematic in the club, that is why they can have a very high salary, due to contract renewals, that is the case of the Spanish goalkeeper, David de Gea, who for more than ten seasons has been the main goalkeeper of Man Utd, while he is placed as the second highest paid player in the team only behind Cristiano. David de Gea knows he has interest from many teams and it could be the Spaniard's last season.


De Gea could leave the club and sign for free wherever he wants as a free agent in the summer of 2023


The Red Devils are in negative numbers and being able to replace the Spanish goalkeeper's salary could be a big help. Options to replace de Gea have been leaked in recent weeks, as has interest in the goalkeeper. Everything could be defined if in the next few weeks there is no statement saying that the Manchester United goalkeeper has been re-signed.






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