EPL: De Gea set to leave Man Utd after 12 years

Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea is set to leave the Premier League club this summer, after he was left out of their retained list for next season.

De Gea is out of contract on June 30 and is yet to agree terms on a new deal.

According to the UK Mirror, this could signal the end of his 12-year stay at Old Trafford.

It is understood that the 31-year-old is so far unwilling to accept a reduction on his current £375,000-a-week salary.

Included on United’s retained list are youth striker Mateo Mejia and Under 21s player-coach Tom Huddlestone, both of whom have received fresh contract offers from the club.

But De Gea was omitted, despite being in the same contractual position as the pair, suggesting the former Spain international will be on his way this summer.

De Gea has made 545 appearances for the Red Devils, but it is looking increasingly like he has played his last game for the Red Devils