Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea, currently a free agent, could soon become a co-owner of a Segunda club, as reported by Onda Cero.
According to the publication, De Gea met with the owner of ‘Eldense’ from Segunda, Pascual Pérez, on Monday to discuss the team’s prospects. Previously, Pérez had expressed intentions to sell a controlling stake in the club.
According to Capology, De Gea’s salary has exceeded $23 million annually for the last four years. Over his 10 years at Manchester United, the goalkeeper has earned $156 million.
‘Eldense’ moved up to Segunda from the third division last season. After 15 rounds, the club currently occupies the 11th position in the league table.