English Premier League giants Manchester United are ready to listen to offers for goalkeeper David De Gea.
There have been serious reports that De Gea is contemplating moving back to Spain after the birth of his first child and with United confident that they already have a perfect replacement in Dean Henderson, the club is willing to let the player leave in the summer.
The Mirror claims that United want to get the 30-year-old’s £350,000-a-week wages off their books but with the player still having two years left on his current deal, he will be forced to lower his wage demands if he is to seal a move since a few of his suitors will be able to match what he is currently offered at Old Trafford.
Henderson signed a six-year £120,000-a-week contract in August last year with the reports claiming that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to hand him the number one jersey next season. The 24-year-old kept three clean sheets in the Premier League last month when De Gea wasn’t available.
If not sold in the summer, United will be willing to run the player’s contract down as they will be doing with Sergio Romero with third-choice Lee Grant and Joel Pereira all set to become free agents at the end of the season.