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David de Gea contract: Manchester United must keep ‘best goalkeeper in Premier League’, says David Seaman

talkSPORT Wednesday, 22 May 2019
David de Gea remains the best goalkeeper in the Premier League and Manchester United cannot allow him to leave, says Arsenal legend David Seaman. According to reports on Tuesday, the Spaniard has turned down another new contract offer from the Red Devils amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain. De Gea reportedly wants to see his wages […]
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