Tottenham's Jose Mourinho named De Gea "fortunate" to have made sure about a guard of multi year contract, with the enormous compensation of £375,000 every week Manchester United are presently paying him.
In a interview with Sky Sports, Mourinho said
"I think the second when De Gea marked his tremendous agreement, is the second I don't see the reason to pay as much as that to have him.
"A couple of years back he had the world after him, at this time, most of the large entryways were shut.
"The Real Madrid door is shut, they needn't bother with a goalkeeper after [Thibaut] Courtois.
"Barcelona is shut with youthful and phenomenal [Marc-Andre] Ter Stegen and Paris Holy person Germain is shut too as they marked Keylor Navas who is a generally excellent goalkeeper".
Jose Mourinho added, "I don't see the weight. Who is going to pay David these numbers? (De Gea) gets an extraordinary agreement in a second where he was fortunate to get it. Is it true that he is acceptable? Truly, he's generally excellent.
"David is vastly improved on the line than coming out. I think in objective, his spryness and specialized level is best in class".
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