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De Gea can be replaced at Man United – Van der Sar

SoccerNews.com Friday, 13 September 2019
David de Gea is not irreplaceable at Manchester United as doubts remain over his future, according to former Red Devils goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar. De Gea has been tipped to sign a new long-term contract with United, however, the star goalkeeper is yet to commit to the struggling Premier League giants. The Spain international […]

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