David de Gea’s future as Manchester United’s No1 goalkeeper is uncertain, according to manager Erik ten Hag. While the Dutch tactician is confident the Spanish stopper will sign a new deal, he has refused to guarantee De Gea’s position in the team next season. Ten Hag has hinted that he may sign another goalkeeper to provide competition, as he believes that a club like Man United needs competition in all positions. Although De Gea is an elite shot-stopper, he has struggled with his footwork and has committed costly blunders this season while trying to play out from the back. If De Gea agrees to renew his contract, he will have to accept a substantial pay cut of nearly 50% on his present £375,000-a-week basic salary.

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