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De Gea returns to Manchester amid uncertain future

De Gea returns to Manchester amid uncertain future
Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, who played for twelve seasons for Manchester United, returned to Manchester to reportedly play a game of padel. The 32-year-old’s professional future is still uncertain.

Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea left Old Trafford as a free agent after playing twelve seasons for Manchester United due to blunders he was making and a bad relationship with the board.

Since then, the 32-year-old has been looking for a new destination to continue his professional career but no club has contacted him. Only Saudi Arabian teams have tried to sign him but he wants to continue playing in Europe.

De Gea wants to be the first-choice goalkeeper at a European team and does not consider other alternatives. In fact, he is considering retirement if he does not receive an offer from a top European club.

The Spaniard posted a picture in Manchester on Tuesday on a padel court and left fans wondering whether a return to his former club would be possible. However, De Gea is unlikely to return to Old Trafford due to his latest arguments with the board.

The Red Devils signed Andre Onana for €50 million to replace him but he is not living up to the English side’s expectations. The Cameroonian goalkeeper is making mistakes that could see him lose his prominent role in Erik ten Hag’s squad.

The Manchester outfit also signed Altay Bayindir from Fenerbahce in the summer transfer window and he could take Onana’s place in the next few games.



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