David de Gea Eyes Football Comeback with La Liga Clubs

by Frederick Akinola
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David De Gae as Manchester United Goalie

In a potential football comeback story, former Manchester United star David de Gea is attracting interest from two LaLiga giants, Real Betis and Valencia, as he seeks to revive his career.

The 32-year-old Spanish goalkeeper has been without a club since his release by Manchester United in June and has been maintaining his fitness through solo training sessions.

While De Gea had been linked to moves in the Saudi Pro League and Major League Soccer, a return to Spain’s top flight seems more likely now. Both Real Betis and Valencia are reportedly keen on securing his services, according to¬†fichajes.net.

Real Betis, currently dealing with an injury crisis involving their goalkeeper Rui Silva and with Claudio Bravo just returning from a lay-off, see De Gea as a reliable option. On the other hand, Valencia aims to provide stiff competition for their young Georgian goalkeeper, Giorgi Mamardashvili.

De Gea, who last played in Spain with Atletico Madrid in 2011 before joining Manchester United, views this potential return to LaLiga as an enticing opportunity. The prospect of a seasoned goalkeeper joining for no transfer fee is appealing to both clubs.

While De Gea has reportedly turned down offers from other teams, it appears that his return to LaLiga could be on the horizon. Football fans worldwide eagerly await his decision, which could bring him back to the Spanish top tier.

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