Al Nassr are planning a shock move for David De Gea as his contract expired last month, MySportDab reports.
The Manchester United goalie could possibly be set for a reunion with his former teammate and another Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo in Al Nassr.
According to the Sun, Al Nassr are considering a move for David De Gea after he ran out of his Manchester United contract.
The Saudi club are ready to offer David De Gea a deal worth £250,000 weekly should he agree a move to the club.
MySportDab understand Manchester United were eager to renew David De Gea contract before it expired last month but the renewal talks dragged on following differences over Manchester United’s new wage offer for David De Gea.
The 32-year-old was on a four-year contract signed in 2019 which made him the highest-paid goalkeeper in the world with a weekly of £375,000.
Manchester United, under new manager Erik Ten Hag, slashed De Gea’s wage offer to £200,000 in the club’s new contract proposal.
David De initially refused to sign the new contract due to the reduced paycheck but later signed the deal before his contract expired.
However, Manchester United refused to assent to the deal in a shock after the Spaniard signed it.
The club instead returned with a new offer with a further reduced wage earning from the £200,000 weekly wage they offered.
David De Gea is understood to have been put off by the back-and-forth of the renewal process. He refused to sign it and finally ran out of contract with the club.
Manchester United are currently shopping for David De Gea replacement with Andre Onana on the radar.
Talks with Andre Onana’s camp has begun with Inter Milan confirming Manchester United interest in the player.
However, the Red Devils are still leaving the doors open for talks to renew David De Gea’s contract but may likely have to wrestle with interests from Al Nassr who are now offering David De Gea a better pay package to join the club.
David De Gea has been at Manchester United for 12 years since joining the club from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and is the longest-serving player in the squad.