De Gea pens new United deal.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 11, 2015
The Spanish international came close to joining Real Madrid on transfer deadline day before complications over the paperwork meant the deal could not be concluded in time.
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Incredibly, De Gea has now extended his stay at Old Trafford for four years, with an option to add a fifth year onto that.
It is rumoured that the 24-year-old will earn a whopping £200,000 per week, making him one of the team’s highest earners.