David de Gea Quintana is a 30 years old Spanish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Manchester United and Spain national team. He is currently regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
De Gea started his professional career at Atlético Madrid in 2009 at age 18 where he was made Atlético's first-choice goalkeeper. He won UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Super Cup in 2010. In June 2011 he moved to Manchester United on a transfer deal of £18.9 million. Since he joined Manchester United De Gea has won an FA Cup, a league cup, a premier league title and three community Shields and the UEFA Europa league.
Currently De Gea is the highest paid player in the UK earning £19.5 million per season. He is in a contract of six years with Manchester United which is to end in 2024 which make a total of £177 million by the end of his deal. De Gea current weekly salary is £375,000.
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