The recently collapsed deal involving David De’ Gea move from Man Utd to Real Madrid has left the Spaniard in a very controversial dilemma.

Manchester United signed a new goalkeeper Romario from Lazio as a back plan should De Gea decide to go through with his dream move to La Liga’s Real Madrid. The deal collapsed on Wednesday midnight because of a 2 minute lateness. Real Madrid and Man United have been trading accusations over who was responsible for the collapsed deal.

Real Madrid President has blamed the inexperience of United’s Chief Executive David Gill for taking 8hrs to process a move that all the parties had agreed to. He also accused Man Utd of informing them of the availability of De’ Gea few hours to the deadline. The skipper now has to decide whether or not to extend his contract that ends in 10 months and secure regular playing time especially after Spain coach warned him that he needs regular time play to book a spot in the Euro 2016.

If he extends his contract, United would obviously raise his buyout clause to ensure they make the most out of the player when he decides to leave for Madrid. His other option would be to snub a new deal and leave united over the winter or in 10 months as a free agent but pursuing this might see Van Gall relegate him to the bench and he would probably miss the Spain Squad for Euro 2016.
All eyes are on him as he makes this big decision.