David De Gea open to United move

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper David De Gea has opened the door to talks with Manchester United in the summer.

David De Gea
PA PhotosDavid De Gea has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United

De Gea, 20, has been widely linked with a move to Old Trafford as Sir Alex Ferguson seeks to identify Edwin van der Sar's successor.

A deal to sign 26-year-old Denmark international Anders Lindegaard from Aalesunds was completed last month, but he is thought more likely to have been brought in as back-up.

Ferguson has seen De Gea in action during a scouting trip to Spain and, while it is believed he would cost around £15 million, he may still represent the kind of 'value' United prize so highly.

"I know Sir Alex Ferguson has already looked at me," De Gea said. "My contract runs until mid-2013. After this season, we should look at what happens. Whoever wants to talk can come and talk.

"I owe Atletico everything and I would love to stay here but, on the other hand, Manchester United are a great club."

On Van der Sar, De Gea said: "Edwin's style appeals to me. I've tried to make it my own."

Atletico have apparently offered De Gea a lucrative new contract but it appears he is yet to decide on his future.

*Taken from Soccernet.com

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