David De Gea’s wife has said that he needs to be happy at Man United as speculations over his future at Old Trafford grow rife.
The United number one endured a horrible end to the campaign making unexpected errors in high profile games like Barcelona and Chelsea.
3 – David de Gea has made three errors leading to goals in his last four games in all competitions for Manchester United – as many as in his previous 123 matches combined for the Red Devils. Sloppy. #MUNCHE pic.twitter.com/Tbq59cYSU7
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 28, 2019
Despite all his end of the season woes, De Gea’s longtime admirers Real Madrid are keeping tabs on him while Paris Saint Germain tout him as a replacement for an ageing Gianluigi Buffon.
United activated a one-year extension on De Gea’s contract back in November but have been unable to tie him down to a long-term contract.
As a result, De Gea’s wife Spanish pop star Edurne Garcia has suggested in an interview with the Spanish TV show ‘El Hormiguero’ , that the Spaniard is considering his options this summer
She said: “I’ve always said it – he decides whatever he decides.
“Wherever he is I’m always going to support him because I believe couples always have to support each other in any situation.
“The important thing is that he is happy and that wherever he is, is where he wants to be.
“I don’t live in Manchester, which has been said. How am I going to live in Manchester if I don’t stop working here?
“I’m making a series, I working on an album so I travel a lot. I come and go because David is still there and that’s how it is.”
However, De Gea isn’t the only one considering, Manchester United have also started preparations on the off-chance that the Spaniard decides to quit Old Trafford in the summer.
United’s primary target in the summer will be Ajax’s young shot-stopper Andre Onana who impressive in the team’s run to the UEFA Champions League semifinals on the top of a domestic league and cup double.
The Red Devils are also keeping an eye out on Barcelona number two Jasper Cillessen who has played only thirty times in the past three seasons for the Catalans and is looking for a way out in search of regular first-team football.