David De Gea To Re-sign A Five-Year (£350,000 weekly) Deal With Man Utd

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David De Gea To Re-sign A Five-Year (£350,000 weekly) Deal With Man Utd
Manchester United David de Gea set to sign another contract that will see him remain with the club for another five years/ express.co.uk
Manchester United’s David De Gea is set to sign yet another deal that will see him remain with the club for another five years at a whooping £350,000-a-week. This is only possible as Zlatan Ibrahimovich is set to give way to de Gea in his exit to America’s LA Galaxy.

The Spaniard is yet to finish his current contract with The Red Devils that is to elapse at the end of next season and may likely be bought over by Real Madrid as the LA Liga giants have had eyes on him for a long time now and almost concluded with a swoop sometime in 2016.

According to The Sun, the goalkeeper is willing to sign a new five-year contract with Manchester United to make him one of the most paid in the Club following Alexis Sanchez and his mammoth £350,000-a-week deal that saw in move to Manchester United in a swap for Mkhitaryan.

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This agreement is achievable as Jose Mourinho removes Ibrahimovich from his books.

Ibrahimovich was formerly on a £220,000 per week pay when he first joined United and played for the Club in his debut season and was moved to the payroll of those earning £225,000 per week when he re-signed his second contract with the club.

The former United player left the club for MLS LA Galaxy in March for free and this helped a great deal to save cost for the Manager and the club in general, as it adds to the budget for the wages of the other players and most especially the payment of De Gea.

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The Spaniard has been the favourite of the club and has bagged the award for ‘The player of the Season’ four times in seven years. He has played a major role as well in a chalking up seventeen clean sheets to help the club advance to a second place finish in the Premier League.

 

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