Manchester United, ready to part with De Gea

According to The Mirror, the Spanish goalkeeper is going to be offered a very succulent compensation for the two years that he has left on his contract with the club.

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Manchester United wants to clean up the goal at Old Trafford. The Red Devils have five goalkeepers on their payroll this season and have set out to cut costs starting in the summer, starting of course with David De Gea. According to The Mirror, the Spanish goalkeeper is going to be offered a very succulent compensation for the two years remaining on his contract with the club (in exchange for more than 400,000 euros a week). In total, De Gea has more than 40 million gross left to earn at United and is valued at around 50 million in the transfer market, although the teams interested in paying that amount with the current pandemic situation remain to be seen.

At the same time, as The Mirror reports, the goal is to make the ultimate change of powers and elevate Dean Henderson to the starting position of Manchester United. The young Englishman, who in summer signed a long-term contract with the Red Devils (around 120,000 euros a week), hoped to establish himself as a starter this season after his magnificent performance at Sheffield United, but it was not until De Gea He has traveled to Spain to see the birth of his son when he has had a good run of games as a starter in which, in addition, he managed to leave his clean sheet consecutively against Crystal Palace, Manchester City and West Ham.

Finally, the red devils also want to reduce costs in the rest of the goalkeepers, a position in which more than 600,000 euros are spent per week according to information from The Mirror, since Sergio Romero is still under contract (90,000 euros to the week) until this summer and the third options, which do not count for the future, will not renew either: Lee Grant and Joel Pereira, who is on loan at Huddersfield.

It will not be the first time that Manchester United has been forced to pay a large compensation of money to cut the contract of one of its stars. The last case was that of Alexis Sánchez, when an agreement was reached with the Chilean to pay him more than 10 million net and free him for his signing for Inter Milan.

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