Brentford’s David Raya is a Premier League star that is attracting a lot of interest with his performances this year and with several clubs interested in the goalkeeper, the Spaniard has refused to sign a new deal with the Bees.
That is according to Spanish outlet Relevo, who reports that Raya has refused to extend his current Brentford contract beyond 2024 as Man United, Tottenham and Chelsea are all interested in signing the 27-year-old.
All three Premier League outfits have already made contact with his representatives over a move and it could see the goalkeeper make a switch during the summer window.
? Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea are interested in signing David Raya and have all already made contact with his representatives.
The goalkeeper's contract at Brentford ends in June 2024, and he has so far refused to extend his deal.
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Raya has been at Brentford since 2019 and has gone on to play 143 times for the Bees, keeping 49 clean sheets. The 27-year-old has been very impressive this season and would be a great fit for the three aforementioned clubs.
All three Premier League sides are in need of a better goalkeeper for next season, with Man United being the least down-and-out about their situation, but Erik ten Hag is said to want a keeper who is strong with the ball at his feet.