David De Gea shock return to Old Trafford confirmed this morning by Fabrizio Romano as the former Man Utd goalkeeper accept January transfer request

David De Gea shock return to Old Trafford confirmed this morning by Fabrizio Romano as the former Man Utd goalkeeper accept January transfer request




David de Gea involved in takeover talks after responding to Man Utd return claim


David de Gea remains a man without a club after leaving Manchester United in the summer but the goalkeeper has been back in Spain discussing a potential ownership opportunityd









David de Gea – who has been without a club since departing Manchester United – has been seen visiting second tier Spanish side Eldense.





The goalkeeper wasn’t there to consider a shock move back home, though, instead it has been reported that De Gea is weighing up becoming a possible owner of the club. Eldense, who currently sit 11th in the Segunda División, have enjoyed a rapid rise in recent years.











President Pascual Pérez has overseen that success but will soon move on and has underlined his commitment to make sure the club is in the right hands. A statement read: “Pérez assures that, before leaving the presidency, he will do everything possible so that the replacement of the oldest club in the province of Alicante is in good hands for the proper functioning of the entity and the continuity of the ambitious project that he started three years ago. seasons in Tercera RFEF.”
















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Onda Cero report that De Gea has met with the club’s outgoing president to discuss the situation of the club and their plans for the future. The 33-year-old still has plenty of playing years left in him, but appears open to reviewing his options once he hangs up his gloves.





De Gea left United at the end of last season, despite there previously being an offer of a new contract on the table. The Spaniard had spent more than a decade at Old Trafford but playing limitations led Erik ten Hag to pursuing new options, eventually signing Andre Onana.





There had been talk of De Gea making a stunning comeback to Manchester, especially with Onana set to be absent for several weeks during the Africa Cup of Nations. Amid growing speculation, the goalkeeper posted a cryptic message on social media, doing little to quash rumours.








David de Gea left Manchester United in the summer(Getty Images)


Upon leaving the red half of Manchester the goalkeeper said: “I took incredible pride every time I pulled on this shirt, to lead the team, to represent this institution, the biggest club in the world was an honour only bestowed upon a few lucky footballers,” De Gea also added. “It’s been an unforgettable and successful period since I came here.





“I didn’t think from leaving Madrid as a young boy we would achieve what we did together. Now, it’s the right time to undertake a new challenge, to push myself again in new surroundings. Manchester will always be in my heart, Manchester has shaped me and will never leave me.”







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