Bayern Munich may be able to continue to develop David de Gea's career in the coming years. It has been reported by Bild that the German champions are seriously considering signing the Spaniard to replace the injured Manuel Neuer in the goalkeeper's role as a temporary replacement.
After 12 years of working with Manchester United, the great goalkeeper recently decided to depart from the club. De Gea is still searching for a club to bring him into his ranks, and Andre Onana has landed at Old Trafford in his place, while De Gea is still seeking a club to bring him into.
It's possible that he will end up playing for Bayern Munich in the future. As for whether he will accept the Bavarians offer of a short-term contract or not, we will have to see if the 32-year-old will agree to a deal of this kind.
It is essential to remember that the severe leg fracture that Manuel Neuer suffered caused a huge amount of problems for Bayern Munich. Despite bringing in Yann Sommer as a temporary solution, the Swiss doesn't want to be the second option when Neuer returns, and he is willing to go to Inter, who offered him a joint venture arrangement.
De Gea role
The question remains, however, as to whether De Gea wants to be that as well. In the next few days, Bayern's management will attempt to convince the Spaniard to sign and we will have to wait and see what the eventual decision of the Spaniard will be.
Besides De Gea, there are a number of goalkeepers who have been linked with the Bavarian giant in the past few months. Whoever comes will only be number one temporarily. Having Manuel Neuer back at the club, who is recovering very well, it will be unlikely he can take the starting role, so it will be difficult to find a goalkeeper who is willing to relax his position and sit on the bench, even if he is the club's number one goalkeeper right now.
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