De Gea Contract Situation

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Do you think David De Gea will sign a new contract at Man Utd this season?

  1. Yes

  2. No

  3. Yes, but he'll still leave by the end of the season

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  1. Oct 15, 2014
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    Sassy Colin Death or the gladioli!

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    Since the other thread is supposed to be for performances and we are supposed to start a new thread for different subjects, this thread is for all transfer speculation, contract renewal stuff etc. Lets not clutter up the main thread for this side issue :nervous:

    The latest:

    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/fo...LION-Manchester-United-David-de-Gea-transfers

    Please feel free to change your vote as the situation develops!

    Results so far:

    Results as at 18/01/15:
    Yes 78.4% (76 votes)
    No 21.6% (21 votes)

    Results as at 25/01/15
    Yes 70.6% (283 votes)
    No 29.2% (117 votes)

    Results as at 01/02/15
    Yes 70.1% (350 votes)
    No 29.9% (149 votes)

    Results as at 08/02/15
    Yes 70.1% (377 votes)
    No 29.9% (161 votes)

    Results as at 15/02/15
    Yes 70.7 (390 votes)
    No 29.3% (162 votes)

    Results as at 15/03/15
    Yes 66.6% (442 votes)
    No 33.4% (222 votes)

    Results as at 29/03/15
    Yes 66.0% (487 votes)
    No 34.0% (251 votes)

    Results as at 27/04/15
    Yes 61.4% (544 votes)
    No 38.6% (342 votes)

    Results as at 29/04/15
    Yes 58.2% (531 votes)
    No 41.8% (382 votes)

    Results as at 03/05/15
    Yes 57.8% (532 votes)
    No 42.2% (389 votes)

    Results as at 15/05/15
    Yes 55.4% (535 votes)
    No 44.6% (430 votes)

    Results as at 16/05/15
    Yes 51.3% (507 votes)
    No 48.7% (481 votes)

    Results as at 20/05/15
    Yes 47.6% (493 votes)
    No 52.4% (543 votes)

    Results as at 26/05/15
    Yes 47.4% (495 votes)
    No 52.6% (549 votes)

    Results as at 03/06/15
    Yes 46.1% (489 votes)
    No 53.9% (571 votes)

    Results as at 07/06/15
    Yes 45.8% (486 votes)
    No 54.2% (574 votes)

    Results as at 18/06/15
    Yes 43.3% (466 votes)
    No 56.7% (609 votes)

    Results as at 02/07/15
    Yes 42.6% (466 votes)
    No 57.4% (627 votes)

    Results as at 08/07/15
    Yes 42.8% (473 votes)
    No 57.2% (632 votes)

    Results as at 16/07/15
    Yes 43.0% (479 votes)
    No 57.0% (634 votes)

    Results as at 23/07/15
    Yes 44.0% (495 votes)
    No 56.0% (629 votes)

    Results as at 10/08/15
    Yes 43% (492 votes)
    No 57% (652 votes)

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  2. Oct 15, 2014
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    Getsme Full Member

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    £24 million :lol:
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    bleedred Full Member

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    Agent trying to get a new contract....Nothing shocking about this...Ed will get this sorted...
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    Melvyn prostate examiner

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    Also, Marca were reporting it couple days ago as well. The English papers reporting this are sourcing the Spanish papers.
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    KiD MoYeS Good Craig got his c'nuppins

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    He'll sign a fat new contract this season, he'll return to Spain eventually, but now is not the time.
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    Melvyn prostate examiner

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    Yeah I think it's inevitable that he'll go back to Spain.
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    Rykker_4united Full Member

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    Sied I..erm..love U2, baby?

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    Wouldn't expect anything less from Agent Dave. He is, after all, the best agent the club has ever known.
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    Annihilate Now! ...or later, I'm not fussy Scout

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    It is Mendes we're talking about here afterall...
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    Stobzilla Official Team Perv

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    We're quite cosy with Medes now aren't we ?

    Not worried.
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    adamwest Full Member

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    He loves playing for United, that is obvious. Coupled with the fact we will pay him an extortionate amount i'd say he isn't going anywhere for a long time (in football terms).
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    togg Full Member

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    If Real Madrid really want him, they'll eventually get him, but I don't think untile after his next contract, which is also a bit of a pain since at that age he'll probably be in his prime as a goal keeper...
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    Sassy Colin Death or the gladioli!

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    If we can continue to offer him the best financial package, I can't see any reason for him to leave. Since Woodwoodwood has said we are going to compete with Spain, buying Di Maria and the Falcao loan demonstrates that, I don't see why we can't continue to do offer him the best deal.
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    sun_tzu The Art of Bore

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    with 1 year left on his contract that would probably be about right wouldnt it?
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    OnlyTwoDaSilvas Gullible

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    Some papers are linking Petr Cech to Real Madrid in January. He's got a number of years left in the tank, so that would be good for them, and also for us.
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    SirAF Ageist

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    I'm certain that he'll sign a new contract - he'll get a big one. Then Real would have to cough up 50-60m if they want him..
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    gooDevil Worst scout ever

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    sun_tzu The Art of Bore

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    that move would make a lot of sense - he and anchelotti have worked together before and would he be able to play in the cl (presuming he has not played for chelsea in the competition this year)
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    Dans Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    I would be a little shocked if a guy born in Madrid, who's played his entire youth career (2001-08) and first years as a pro at Atletico, would even consider going to Real.
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    ell Full Member

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    It is crazy that he can potentially have another 10-12 years at the top of his game. That sort of longevity is incredibly rare in football, and therefore incredibly valuable. Get this man a nice big juicy contact immediately!
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    Chaky_Best Full Member

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    At 33 years, do you think that Casillas will leave Real ? If he accept to be the second choice behind Keylor Navas, I think he could stay at Madrid for ever. And a goalkeeper is a bit different to a player, look at VDS coming to us at 34 and being one of the best if not the best in the world.

    Don't forget that navas was bought to Madrid with a high fee and will not sit on the bench for ever.
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    goin4glory New Member

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    Go to Madrid and get booed/whislted at like Casillas when your in bad form or stay at United and become a club legend? Doesn't seem like a difficult choice to me.
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    Dans Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    That wasn't a high fee by Real standards, in fact it was basically free for them.
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    thelemon Full Member

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    Give him Rooney's contract
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    okLaptop1 Full Member

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    A lot of people on these forums bring up the "he wouldn't go to Real after being a boyhood fan of and playing for Atletico" argument. Is it that unlikely for him to play for them? Are there no precedents of former Atletico Madrid players eventually playing for Real Madrid in their prime?
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    ivaldo Mediocre Horse Whisperer, s'up wid chew?

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    Can't see it happening, he's United through and through now and has never shown even the slightest of interest in signing for any other big club. He might return to Spain in the twilight years of his career but we will get his prime.
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    sun_tzu The Art of Bore

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    wasnt raul at athletico as a kid and an athletico fan... cant think of many more iconic real madrid players in recent years
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    thelemon Full Member

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    I really hope you're right, but I'm not completely sold :/
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    Iron Stove Full Member

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    He's gonna stay a while yet I reckon.
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    MJJ New Member

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    because we won't drop him if he is poor consistently?
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    Ish Lights on for Luke

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    Get this sorted Woody!
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    Speak Step up to my misogyny soapbox

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    You say he hasn't shown any interest in signing for any other big club, but It's not like his resolve has been tested on a serious level.
    What do you expect him to do? Declare his love for clubs that haven't even shown proper interest in him?

    He's clearly not a stirrer, and likes things in Manchester, so he wont force his way out at the drop of a hat though. I agree that unless something huge comes up, he's here to stay.

    But It's possible for him to love United, while also like the idea of going back to Spain.
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    goin4glory New Member

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    Casillas was dropped by Mourinho because he was the dressing room mole, and while I think he's always been seriously overrated no player who has been such a good servant to a club deserves the type of treatment he's getting. Being booed and whistled by your own fans is shocking.
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    Phil Duck New Member

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    We should start focusing on signing players that are not "destined" to go to Real Madrid at some point.
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    Adebesi Full Member

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    Im sure he would play for Madrid if the opportunity arose but hopefully he wont push as hard for it as Ronaldo did.

    Given our growing Spanish / Spanish-speaking contingent Im sure he feels quite at home at Manchester United right now. I think we'll have him for a good few years yet.
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    Getsme Full Member

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    Shit, forgot about that. :wenger:
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    AngeloHenriquez Full Member

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    Sheikhy Full Member

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    make it 2...
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    Moonred Full Member

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    Yeah should have signed quaresma instead of ronaldo.
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    ivaldo Mediocre Horse Whisperer, s'up wid chew?

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    Valid point. I suppose the overall impression he gives indicates a love for the club, you don't spend half of the international break trying to convince teammates to join if he wasnt here to stay, he seems very, very happy at the club.
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