David de Gea is seemingly a step closer to sealing a move away from Man United in the summer transfer window. The 30-year-old goalkeeper’s entourage is offering him to top teams around Europe, with Real Madrid among those who are showing an interest in him.
David has enjoyed a productive spell at Old Trafford since arriving from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011. Now into his tenth campaign with Man United, de Fea has been one of the few bright spots in a dire post-Sir Alex Ferguson era at the Theatre of Dreams.
Spain international has amassed 434 games for Man United, keeping 153 clean in those games. However, in the last couple of campaigns, he has suffered a staggering fall from grace. With mistakes starting to creep into his game, de Gea has been losing his credibility as a reliable shot-stopper and also seems to have lost his place as the Red Devils no. 1.
This has put his future at Man United under a cloud of uncertainty, with Real Madrid now interested in signing him. The interest from the Los Blancos, though, comes as a big surprise, considering Thibaut Courtois has been going strong at the club since arriving from Chelsea in the summer of 2018.
With the Belgian goalkeeper still very much at the peak of his powers, it is hard to see how David would fit into the scheme of things, especially as he vies for the first-choice goalkeeping berth. Instead, other possible suitors like PSG and former club Atletico Madrid would be a better fit for the Spaniard.