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Ex-Man Utd goalkeeping coach makes De Gea prediction - 3 months ago, 13 Nov 18:19

By: Joe Williams

Former Manchester United goalkeeping coach Eric Steele thinks David de Gea could leave the club to realise his dream of winning the Champions League.

The Spain international has won the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League with United but he is yet to win the Champions League.

De Gea’s current deal runs out in the summer – although United do have the option to extend this by a further year – and talks have been ongoing for several months.

Jose Mourinho’s men have had a poor start to the season in the Premier League and are currently 12 points off the pace.

However, they do have a chance in the Champions League this season as they sit second in their group with the third and fourth-placed teams to play in their final two matches.

Steele, though, wouldn’t be surprised if De Gea is considering his future at the club with ...
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