David de Gea claims that his special relationship with Manchester United is the reason he wants to end his career there.
David de Gea’s contract expires at the end of this season, but he has an option for another year. Manchester United and de Gea are about to start negotiations to extend his £375,000-per-week deal.
De Gea, who has played 487 times for United, has one year remaining on his contract with an option for another. Given that De Gea, 31, wants to continue playing after his current contract expires,
United is likely to start discussions with him about an extension of his £375,000-per-week contract in the coming months.
David De Gea, who joined United in 2011, was questioned about if he would like to finish his career there “Yes, of course, if it’s possible.
If they allow me stay here, I’ll stay here for sure. I’m really at ease, really content, and hopefully we can win before I leave.
“I haven’t spoken with anyone yet, but I would be really delighted to stay for however long they need me since I want to stay for longer.
Naturally, we want to advance and get better. However, a lot of teams compete at a high level.
They play extremely good football, and since this is our first game, I hope we start strong, create something significant, and see if we can succeed.
Being a member of this club means more than winning trophies, winning or losing.
We always want to win, but representing this club is more important than any prize, of course. My residence is in Manchester.
Being a member of this club is one of the best things I have ever experienced. It is a privilege and an honor to be here.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one player whose future with United is far more uncertain. Due to family obligations, the Portuguese striker was unable to accompany the team on their preseason tour.
Additionally, he has stated his desire to leave Old Trafford.
Ten Hag responded, “No, it’s the same as last week,” when asked if Ronaldo would be returning and how concerned he was about his lack of preseason.
The longer Ronaldo misses out on preseason, the more people are asking Ten Hag if he is worried about Ronaldo’s fitness and availability for the start of the season.
Naturally, replied ten Hag. “But maybe ‘concerned’ isn’t the correct term. I concentrate on the guys present since they are doing excellently and are in good physical condition. I would rather work and grow on that. I can’t wait until he arrives so we can integrate him.
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