According to reports, three major European clubs are battling to sign Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea. Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly still interested in signing goalkeeper David de Gea, despite Manchester United refusing to sell.
The Red Devils have been negotiating with the goalkeeper to sign a new long-term contract in the past 18 months. De Gea has refused to let go of his future at the club because the club do not want to pay the £ 350,000 a week. Manchester United are eyeing a move for the Spaniard’s 12-month extension, but they now face the prospect of losing their silverware if they do not buy cash at the end of the season.
— David de Gea (@D_DeGea) March 2, 2019
According to The Express, the Premier League club does not want to sell De Gea, even if it does not cover the pen and the three European teams will continue to monitor the situation.
Madrid, Juventus and PSG are apparently going to pay the 28-year-old as a first-choice goalkeeper.