David de Gea has added additional intrigue to the state of affairs that surrounds his Man United departure by posting a juggling emoji on social media.
The 32-year-old’s contract at Outdated Trafford expired on the finish of June after the membership backed out of providing him a brand new deal.
It introduced an abrupt finish to the Spaniard’s 12-year keep in Manchester as Erik ten Hag seems towards a possible improve within the form of Inter Milan’s Andre Onana.
Nonetheless, Thursday’s Tweet has now left many followers scratching their heads and speculating as to what the stopper might be revealing.
Opinions of the membership’s supporters are cut up with some suggesting final season’s Golden Glove winner might be set for an instantaneous return to the United, whereas others consider it to imply he’s set to be the subsequent huge title addition to the Saudi Professional League.
David de Gea had followers scratching their heads together with his newest cryptic put up after leaving United
David de Gea has appeared to indicate his future stays within the stability after leaving Man United
Erik ten Hag has his sights set on different goalkeeping choices with Andre Onana main the race
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De Gea’s message is the newest in a sequence of snappy social media posts in latest weeks. On the finish of June he posted a yawning emoji in what gave the impression to be one other reference to his long-running contract saga.
Mail Sport revealed final month that the framework for a brand new contract geared toward decreasing De Gea’s £375,000-a-week wage had been agreed between the participant and the membership, however Ten Hag’s reservations over protecting his No 1 had put the deal in jeopardy.
A full six days after his contract has expired, the Spanish worldwide continues to be and not using a membership whereas his former group zero in on replacements.
United have additionally proven curiosity within the £30m-rated Brighton stopper Robert Sanchez.
Whereas Feyenoord’s Justin Bijlow and Kevin Trapp at Frankfurt are different choices however workers have options on their listing in an identical value vary.
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