Manchester United Eye Up Earth-Shattering Move For David De Gea Replacement

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Man Utd goalkeeper David de Gea has been slammed by Spanish media

Spain's continuing stop-start form, after a tepid World Cup campaign in Russian Federation and recent Nations League defeats to England and Croatia - in which they shipped six goals - have given rise to fresh doubts over David De Gea's place in the side.

The Red Devils are monitoring the market with their own shot stopper David de Gea soon to be entering the final year of his Old Trafford contract.

De Gea is fancied by Italian giants Juventus, who may try to buy him in the summer or wait a year until he is a free agent.

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United have already chosen their replacement should they lose the Spanish global.

Pickford has impressed at Everton after arriving in a £30 million deal from Sunderland in 2017. He has shown at the World Cup that despite his relatively small size, he is capable of the extraordinary, and is unflappable under pressure.

Cast your mind back to before the tournament and England fans didn't even know who their starting goalkeeper would be, a few months later the Three Lions look as if they can rely on the powerful 24-year-old for the next few tournaments at the very least. City need a replacement for Brazilian Fernandinho, who will be 34 at the end of the season.

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The Mirror also report that Matthijs de Ligt was a target for Liverpool, but they are resigned to missing out on the young defender.

25-year-old Kerem Demirbay was at Borussia Dortmund's youth sides when Jurgen Klopp was at the club as manager, and has emerged as a promising midfielder at Hoffenheim. By bringing in Demirbay in January, he could use the attacking midfielder to spread the strain over his squad, and allow the club to continue the fight both in the Champions League and the Premier League.

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