Monday, September 14, 2015

David de Gea's New Manchester United Contract Contains £30m Release Clause

8:24 AM Posted by Miyamoto Musashi , No comments
David de Gea pulled a dramatic u-turn this week by signing a new four year contract with Manchester United despite having been minutes away from becoming a Real Madrid player.

The move fell through thanks to administration errors that saw paperwork delayed and ​both clubs blame each other for the mishap.

De Gea has since signed a new contract at Old Trafford to secure a place in the starting lineup ahead of the 2016 Euro finals, only this deal will have a £30m release clause inserted, according to the Sun.



Such a clause protects the player from having to be tied down to the club should a bid be made and it also gives United security that he will not be able to run down his contract or force through a move for anything less than that figure.

Real Madrid already have Keylor Navas and Kiko Casilla at the club, although the former was used as a bargaining chip to push the ill-fated De Gea move through on transfer deadline day.

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Despite De Gea not getting his 'dream move', he still ended up securing an economically satisfactory deal while reestablishing himself as United's first choice shot stopper after Sergio Romero was deployed during the days it seemed De Gea would end up at the Santiago Bernabeu.

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