David De Gea is sure one of four senior goalkeepers which Manchester United will be willing to sell this summer transfer as the red devils seek to cut the huge wage bill of £570,000 a week currently being spent on the Spaniard and other goalkeepers.
De Gea however makes most of that wage bill, with two years left on his £340,000-a-week deal. Manchester United face the prospects of having to pay off a large percentage of that remaining contract to allow the Spaniard to to to to to to leave this summer.
United second choice goalkeeper Dean Henderson has been set to become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s permanent number 1 having filled in admirably since De Gea return from Spain to attend the birth of his child, signing a new £100,000-a-week contract after a scintillating performance during his loan spell at Sheffield United last year.
Sergio Romero however has been firmly out in the cold and rounding up the final months of his £70k-a-week contract in Argentina after the club decided to block a move to Everton.
He will be leaving the club this summer. Then there is Lee Grant and Joel Pereira on £30k and £20k a week respectively, they will both become free agents at the end of the season.