Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has cautioned David de Gea that he isn’t irreplaceable at the club.
De Gea will be liberated to input pre-contract talks from January 1 with nightclubs from abroad and will likely soon be out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
Sky Sports News comprehends the Spain’keeper was in talks over a deal with United over the summer and has been provided involving #350,000 and #375,000 per week to remain at Old Trafford.
Van der Sar says that the 28-year-old can be replaced if he decides to leave on a free transfer despite being called as the club’s player of the year on four occasions.
“The choice needs to come at a specific point,” he explained.
“It requires a long time now, so it’s true’yes’ or’no’, however I’m not a director of United.
“Additional goalkeepers may also fill out the gap. There are a couple Premier League goalkeepers playing at the club that can also take up the step.
“I was 34 when I went to United. So there are lots of opportunities .”
Van der Sar revealed his dedication to his position amid rumours linking him to United as manager.
“I’m enjoying my time at Ajax. I have got a function – executive.
“I am really looking forward to bringing Ajax back to the top level – that we probably touched year – and to ensure we receive the very best opportunity to stay there.”
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