Unemployed ex-Man Utd star David de Gea lined up for long-awaited return to football after multiple transfer snubs

DAVID DE GEA is reportedly wanted by Real Betis after leaving Manchester United.

The goalkeeper has rejected several offers since his release at the end of June.

Real Betis want to sign David de Gea


Real Betis want to sign David de GeaPhoto credit: Getty

He was linked to big clubs like Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, but both moves failed.

However, De Gea could be expected to return to Spain with Betis expressing interest Fichajes.

The report also suggests that Valencia are considering signing the 32-year-old.

But Betis appear to be the frontrunners after talks with former Manchester City star Claudio Bravo failed.

De Gea is now believed to be weighing up Betis’ contract offer, having already turned down several teams.

Inter Milan were believed to have been considering De Gea as a replacement for Andre Onana after the goalkeeper moved to United.

The Saudi Arabian top club Al-Nassr also made an offer to the Spaniard.

Despite not being tied down, De Gea has continued to train hard and recently shared a video to appeal to potential suitors.


He could be seen working on his footwork, catching and kicking while wearing a Kevin Durant basketball jersey.

Alongside the clip, he added the caption: “Work hard. Give yourself pressure ⚽️.”

Reacting to the social media post, former Man Utd teammate Bruno Fernandes said: “Muy bien Kevin 👏🏼😅.”

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