Man Utd keeper David de Gea wanted by Paris Saint-Germain as ex-Spurs boss Pochettino plans ambitious transfer

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are tracking David De Gea’s Manchester United situation ahead of an ambitious summer raid.

The mega-rich French outfit want to see if there is an opening to snatch the 30-year-old new dad at the end of the season.

PSG are one of the few clubs around who could pick up De Gea’s £375,000-a-week wages AND offer a fee to interest Man Utd.

Boss Mauricio Pochettino is looking for a new No 1 to replace former Real Madrid stopper Kaylor Navas.

Poch has been linked with his old Spurs and France international keeper Hugo Lloris for some time but De Gea has been on PSG’s radar just as long.

However, the Spain keeper, who has two years left on his United deal, has been unavailable in the past.

De Gea’s decision to fly to Spain to be at the birth of his child has opened the door for Dean Henderson to stake his claim to be United’s No 1.

We revealed that boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will let one of his two top keepers go in the summer — and the word on the grapevine has now reached Paris.

Henderson, 23, has also been linked with several clubs should he be the keeper to go.


But moving out De Gea would work at both football and financial levels.

De Gea joined Man Utd ten years ago and has played 434 times for them since then.

The Spanish shot stopper missed United's goalless draw with Crystal Palace in midweek and is set to remain sidelined for the Manchester derby.

The Red Devils are currently 14 points behind runaway table toppers Manchester City ahead of their Premier League clash on Sunday.

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