David De Gea drops hint United exit on Twitter as fear grip fans

David De Gea drops hint United exit on Twitter as fear grip fans

- David De Gea is yet to commit his future to Manchester United

The Spaniard has fueled rumours he could depart after posting a confusing photo on Twitter

- De Gea has been linked with a move to Real Madrid

David de Gea has dropped a huge hint he could leave Manchester United this summer as he seeks wage parity elsewhere.

The Spanish goalkeeper's future at Old Trafford remains uncertain as he is yet to agree a new deal with the Red Devils.

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United recently triggered the one-year extension clause in De Gea's current contact, meaning the Spaniard is tied down to the club until June 2020.

However, the Premier League outfit could explore the option of offloading the goalkeeper this summer to earn a transfer fee for him, with Real Madrid leading the chase for his services.

And a cryptic photo post on Twitter by the shot-stopper has hinted that Santiago Bernabeu could be his next destination.

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In the picture, De Gea can be seen hugging Real Madrid captain and fellow countryman Sergio Ramos, accompanying the tweet with the caption: "Did you miss me?"

The tweet elicited reactions from United fans who exuded conviction the 28-year-old is ready to call it quits at Old Trafford.

One asked: "Are you trying to tell us you are leaving?" Another concluded: "I don't feel comfortable seeing Ramos hugging De Gea."

The Spain international made 122 saves to United last season, ranking fourth overall.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United have lined up a summer bid for Ajax shot-stopper Andre Onana to replace David De Gea.

United are yet to agree a new contract for De Gea, with the Spaniard having just a year remaining on his current deal with the Red Devils.

The shot-stopper will be free to negotiate with teams in Europe at the start of January amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain.

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