It should come as no surprise that David De Gea is once again the main story on the front pages of Marca and AS on Wednesday.
After Real Madrid’s botched attempt to sign David De Gea in the final hours of the summer transfer window in Spain, we can expect the Manchester United goalkeeper to dominate a fair few headlines in the coming months.
As it stands, De Gea will be out of contract at Manchester United at the end of 2015/2016 and can negotiate a free transfer deal with other clubs from January 1, 2016.
But, perhaps Manchester United are in a strong position now since De Gea needs first team football to be the Spain number one at Euro 2016 next summer.
In great news for Manchester United fans, Marca report on Wednesday that De Gea has not ruled out renewing his contract at Old Trafford.
Marca add that De Gea’s “dream was broken” and that “he did everything in his power to sign for Real Madrid”.
The Madrid-based paper also suggest that Manchester United have already offered De Gea a contract worth 2.3 million euros per season more than the one that was waiting for him at Real Madrid.
AS sing from the same hymn sheet, reporting that Manchester United will offer De Gea a new deal but the goalkeeper still wants to leave.
Much will depend on how quickly De Gea returns to the Manchester United first team – his first opportunity comes when Louis van Gaal’s side host Liverpool at Old Trafford after the international break.