DAVID DE GEA could remain a Manchester United player beyond the season after modelling the club’s new ’92 inspired away kit.
The Spaniard is being heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid as Zinedine Zidane plans to sign two ‘Galaticos’ this summer.
It is believed that the Madrid boss is desperate to land a new number one to replace Keylor Navas and wants to bring De Gea back to his hometown.
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De Gea has been in terrific form yet again for the Red Devils and United have dropped a hint that he will remain at Old Trafford after he was chosen to unveil the club’s away new kit.
The design is inspired by the strip the club had in 1992 when they won the League Cup final against Nottingham Forest.
With a crew neck collar, it is a mix of dark grey, black and white and is set to be worn for the first time in United’s pre-season tour.
A statement on United’s website read: “Manchester United fans of all ages will recognise the bold graphic pattern from the 1990-92 away jersey that defined football shirt design for an era.
"Connecting the past to the future, the new kit pays homage to the historic design, celebrating the rich history of the club.
"The graphic design of the original kit has been reimagined on a black backdrop with white hues, with the classic adidas three stripes, club badge and adidas logo all in white.
"A crew-neck collar gives the kit a modern makeover, making it a jersey that's as much at home on the streets as it is on the pitch."
And United fans will be hoping to see De Gea lining up in their pre-season tour of the United States and Norway brandishing the new kit in July.