David de Gea could still renew contract at Manchester United

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David de Gea hasn't ruled out the possibility of signing a new deal with Manchester United, according to Marca.

The Spanish newspaper claims that the Red Devils shot-stopper, who failed to secure a deadline day move to La Liga giants Real Madrid, could yet remain at Old Trafford for the long-term. 

In fact, the report goes on to claim that United's offer of €2.3 million-per-season is still on the table, and De Gea could yet sign the deal before his current contract at the Theatre of Dreams runs out at the end of the season. 


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The Spanish international, of course, could join Real Madrid on a free transfer at the end of the campaign, but in the immediate future, he will have to get his head down in Manchester, as he goes about reclaiming his first-team place under the guidance of Louis van Gaal. 

With summer signing Sergio Romero taking his place between the sticks of late, De Gea is yet to feature in this campaign for the Red Devils, however could yet start against rivals Liverpool on September 12. 

De Gea still key 

With De Gea set to remain in Manchester, it's now crucial Louis van Gaal and Co. manage to get their goalkeeper back on side. 

At the end of the day, despite the debacle involving Real Madrid, the Spaniard remains one of the best goalkeepers in world football, and the Red Devils need him on side sooner rather than later. 

Ultimately, the 'keeper was the main reason United qualified for this season's Champions League competition, and there's no reason why he won't be able to play a key role in helping United reach the summit of the Premier League table this term. 

Manchester United fans: Do you expect De Gea to start against Liverpool? Have your say below! 

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