David De Gea has become a priority objective for the PSG looking ahead to the next season. Mauricio Pochettino wants the Madrid goalkeeper Manchester
United (30 years) is the natural replacement of former Real Madrid player Keylor Navas (34), as reported this Sunday by the English The Sun.
The Parisian club is one of the few that could afford to pay the goal card, which charges 375,000 pounds a week (435,500 euros) and has a contract at Old Trafford until June 2023. It has been indisputable since it arrived in Manchester in 2011 from from Atlético de Madrid.
However, De Gea feels his ownership threatened by Dean Henderson, who is taking advantage of his opportunity with the loss of Madrid, and that could make him decide to change of scene so as not to lose the prominence he has had so far and continue to be selectable by Luis Enrique.