Manchester United Goalkeeper David De Gea Has No Time To Think About Contract Expansion

David De Gea insists he focuses on football and not contract negotiations, assumption about his Manchester United future is getting intense. Jose Mourinho ahead of Sunday's Premier League, which held against Everton said he is "not very sure" that United will tie the goalkeeper of Spain down to a fresh deal. The present agreement of De Gea will expire in this summer, but United can expand this contract for another year if he wants, he has this opportunity conversations in this regards have been going around since several months.

According to the reports, the 27-year-old is in the eyes of Italian champions Juventus, who on Tuesday beat the team United in Champions League match. "The most crucial thing at the moment is to focus on football," said De Gea in an interview. He added, "Against Everton, we have a big game to play and some more crucial matches are also in line in the coming months. It's the most important thing; do not think of anything else.”

He further said, "It is simple to focus on where to be, and “"this is particularly because right now the team has plenty of training sessions“ and there are matches scheduled in every three to four days. At this time it is important to focus on our rival teams, and check “which team is in“ the best shape, exercising well and then prepare self to deliver the best."

De Gea became the part of United in 2011 after leaving Atletico Madrid and after that, he has established himself among the best goalkeepers in the world. He said, "I have spent many years with the club and have played in nearly eight seasons. I really love this club and its environment. Being in the club, I can feel the fans warmth and those who are working at the club.”