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This is the player who will be sacrificed by the Red Devils because of the financial crisis

By Harry Smith

This is the player who will be sacrificed by the Red Devils because of the financial crisis

Manchester United have recently announced that they have made a loss of millions compared to last season.

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There are many reasons why Manchester United are thinking of rebuilding their finances, as, in the last year alone, they have leaked losses of around £100 million. It is a worrying amount for a club that has just made the biggest investment in a transfer window in its history.

The players who have arrived at the club have the full confidence of the Dutch manager, Erik ten Hag, who is making the most of the squad he has, and so defining who will remain part of the institution in the coming seasons, the club must take care of the finances as well as wanting to progress in the sporting field.

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A club that is losing practically £2 million a week, can not be maintaining such a high salary with players who are no longer giving the expected benefit, the case of the two players who have the best salary in the squad, will be free agents in the summer of 2023, there is a good chance that they will leave.

It is the case of Cristiano Ronaldo who expects to leave the club for not being on the same path, but the case of the player who expected to renew his contract is more complicated, Erik ten Hag is thinking about a replacement in goal, who has been for 12 seasons the main goalkeeper of the team, David de Gea could be his last season due to the high salary of the goalkeeper.

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The Red Devils' interest in players who could replace de Gea would represent a saving, with Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, who is paid three times less than the Spaniard. Or the case of the Slovenian, Jan Oblak, who is one of the best goalkeepers in the world with Atleti. The Spaniards would not frown upon David de Gea's return to Atletico Madrid.

 


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