Man United unlikely to extend De Gea contract

With a few weeks left until the January transfer window, there are many rumors about who will be moving. Talk Transfer brings you all the gossip, arrivals, departures and, of course, the deals!

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Manchester United are unlikely to move David de Gea contract extension in the summer and will instead look for a new goalkeeper when the 2022-23 season ends, according to Sky Sports Germany. Florian Plettenberg.

He said that while the 32-year-old Spaniard wants to stay at Old Trafford for another 12 months, United manager Erik ten Haag is open to the idea of ​​No. 1 new.

De Gea is one of the best shooters in the job, as he has proven many times this season, but Ten Haag are reportedly on the hunt for a goalkeeper who is more comfortable with his feet.

That could leave De Gea available on a free transfer when the current campaign ends in May 2023.

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United signed De Gea for £19m in 2011, and he has become one of the most reliable players since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.

However, if the Spaniard moves, United will free up a lot of money on their bill.

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– Liverpool and Chelsea are fighting to sign the Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Moses Caicedo, according to Sky Sports. The 21-year-old has impressed for the Seagulls this season and has also featured for the Ecuador team in Qatar, where he scored a goal in the group stage match against Senegal. Official talks are still taking place and the midfielder is under contract on the south coast until June 2025. However, while Brighton are reluctant to let go of their South American star, England’s top clubs are circling him, meaning that there will be a tough fight in January. , or beyond.

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– Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Daichi Kamada has suddenly become the target of the transfer market of Barcelona, ​​as written by Sport. The Japanese playmaker, 26, is free from June and is interested in Borussia Dortmund, as well as clubs in Italy. Frankfurt tried to keep Kamada in Germany beyond his current contract, but it seems the player has decided he wants a new challenge. Kamada impressed for the Catalans when the two teams faced off in the Europa League last season, and the Germans are now looking for a suitable replacement.

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