July 2019 De Gea sign the new contract that earns him £375,000 a week and also keeps him in the club till 2023 with an option of one year extension.
Since then the Spanish goalkeeper form has been dropping, which also lead to not sending the club's young goalkeeper Dean Henderson on loan this season, with the hope of bringing challenges to the goalkeeper department.
The rumor from the club now is that some of the senior figures in the club are now looking for the option of selling De Gea because of his massive wage.
Utdreport posted the rumor news on their Twitter page.
"Some senior figures at mufc believe they are compromised by De Gea's status as the club's highest earner on £375,000-a-week and feel he needs to be sold."
This news causes mixed reactions from fans, some fans think the glazer family wants to use the money for their pocket.
Some fans think he deserves to go while some fans think Henderson can't replace him yet.
Some think Dean Henderson can replace him because De Gea has been declined in his form.
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