David De Gea has recently declined an offer to join Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr, turning down a lucrative contract reportedly around £500,000 per week. Despite the financial appeal, De Gea decided against the move due to his wife’s lack of interest in relocating to the Middle East. Currently without a club since leaving Manchester United, the goalkeeper is exploring various options.
One potential destination is Major League Soccer (MLS), where David Beckham’s Inter Miami has shown interest in recruiting the experienced Spanish goalkeeper. A move to the MLS would see De Gea joining a Spanish-speaking group that includes Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, and Jordi Alba. Another option being considered is a return to Spain, marking his comeback to domestic football since leaving Atletico Madrid in 2011.
Rumors suggest De Gea met with representatives from second division side Eldense, indicating a possible ownership stake as part of a deal. However, Valencia and Real Betis are also interested, though wage demands may complicate any potential agreement. As speculation surrounds De Gea’s future, his decision will likely shape the next chapter of his illustrious career.