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David de Gea is on Steven Gerrard’s radar

David de Gea has emerged as a top target for Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq.

David de Gea, the former goalkeeper of Manchester United, has become the focus of attention for Al-Ettifaq, a club managed by Steven Gerrard. The Saudi Pro League side is eyeing De Gea for a potential transfer move during the upcoming January transfer window.

Reports suggest that David de Gea could be swayed into joining Al-Ettifaq if the financial offer meets his expectations. Negotiations might lead to a transfer deal if the price is right.

Steven Gerrard, the manager of Al-Ettifaq, has shown a keen interest in acquiring De Gea for his team. Rumors suggest that De Gea’s future in football might be uncertain. There’s talk that if no club acquisition materializes by the January transfer window, the former United goalkeeper might consider quitting football at just 32 years old.

Earlier reports indicated that Bayern Munich was pursuing a potential move for De Gea, highlighting his desirability in the transfer market.

Also read: David de Gea sparks controversy following Manchester United’s defeat to Newcastle

Will David de Gea join a club soon?

David de Gea. (Source: BBC)
David de Gea. (Source: BBC)

Saudi clubs like as Al Nassr and Al Hilal sought the goalie, but he declined their offers. According to sources, money isn’t an issue for the Spaniard custodian, who wants to play in Europe. According to The Sun, his previous club, Manchester United, is interested in recruiting him on a short-term contract. This rumor arose since Onana has been scheduled to compete in the African Cup of Nations since January.

According to The Guardian, if de Gea does not receive any offers from European clubs capable of competing for big trophies, he may contemplate retiring. If he does retire, he will have had a distinguished career. He is also the owner of the Rebels Gaming esports squad.

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