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While at United he earns less than 200,000 per week, what De Gea would earn in Saudi Arabia

De Gea still looking for options on where he will play next season

By Harry Smith

De Gea still looking for options on where he will play next season
De Gea still looking for options on where he will play next season
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David De Gea is one of the great goalkeepers that Manchester United has had, although there were some years where his performance was not the best and at times was not at the height of the club, it is true that for many other years he gave security to the goal and was among the elite of world football. 

Now the case of De Gea is very unfortunate, his departure from the club is increasingly imminent, the board to date has not wanted to renew it, after they offered him a new contract and at the mere hour they backed out, in addition they would have asked him that if he wanted to continue playing for the Red Devils he would have to lower his salary, so the Spanish goalkeeper was very unhappy with that decision. 

Many media and fans sided with De Gea, saying that after 10 years at the club he did not deserve to be treated in this way, which would suggest that the Glazer family did not value everything David did for the team.

However, the case is not yet closed, although De Gea's contract would have expired, Manchester United could offer a new one, but now they would have to match or offer something more to retain the Spanish goalkeeper, since as we all know Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia would have already put a salary offer on the table, which is difficult to match.


What David De Gea would earn at Al Nassr

Saudi Arabian teams continue to take great players from the Premier League with stratospheric salaries that possibly some other team could not match, for that reason David De Gea would have to think seriously about his future, as Al Nassr, which already has Cristiano Ronaldo in its ranks, could give the Spanish goalkeeper a weekly salary of more than 250 thousand, a figure that Manchester United was not willing to give him and would also ask him to reduce it even more.

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