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David De Gea Transfer Betting Odds

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David De Gea Transfer Betting Odds*

TeamBest OddsBookmaker
Any Saudi Arabian ClubEvens BetVictor
Bayern Munich3/1 William Hill
Sevilla7/1 bet365
Atletico Madrid10/1 bet365
Any MLS Club16/1 bet365
Inter Milan16/1 bet365
Real Betis25/1 bet365

Odds up to date as of July 27, 2023

David De Gea's Manchester United contract has now come to an end. The Spaniard hs now left Old Trafford in search of pastures new and perhaps Bayern Munich will capture him according to the latest odds. 

The 32-year-old had been at Old Trafford since 2011, with the goalkeeper making 545 appearances under eight different managers, with Thomas Tuchel potentially open to adding him to the squad and providing back-up for Manuel Neuer.

While it's likely that De Gea has left the Premier League for good, it might be that the Spaniard shuns a move to Saudi Arabia. Up until recently, the odds from football betting sites hinted that a big money move to the Pro League was on the cards, especially as the goalkeeper has a strong friendship with former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo and is likely to be offered a mouth-watering contract to sign for one of the clubs in the Pro League.

The leading betting sites have created a transfer betting market focusing on where De Gea might land during the summer transfer window, with Saudi Arabia a potential destination. Sevilla could also be in the market for him, according to the latest odds on betting apps.

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De Gea Could Be Wanted By Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich weren't included in the original David De Gea transfer betting odds, although the German champions look like serious contenders to capture his signature. According to newspaper Bild, the former Manchester United keeper is being considered as a potential replacement to Yann Sommer. 

Sommer is not certain to stick around at the Allianz Arena considering that manager Thomas Tuchel seems to have made it clear that Manuel Neuer is going to be first-choice keeper next season, meaning that De Gea could be open to linking up with the Bavarian outfit and enjoying a change of scenery.

De Gea might be prepared to make the switch and bide his time and become the natural successor to 37-year-old Neuer who is a Bayern legend, with the odds suggesting that a move could be on the cards. Neuer has still not fully recovered from a skiing accident sustained last January and perhaps De Gea could become the number one at Bayern more quickly than anticipated.

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Will De Gea Become the Latest Arrival in Saudi Arabia?

At the age of 32, David De Gea could be at the right age to earn a big pay day, and that is certainly what he would get by signing for a club in the Saudi Arabia Pro League. The Spaniard will no doubt receive offers to play for the leading teams in this emerging league, and he might feel it’s the right time to make such a move.

With former United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo having moved to Al Nassr at the end of last year, it’s possible that De Gea could link up with the forward, with Al Hilal also rumoured to be interested in a player who helped the Red Devils land a Premier League top-four spot last season along with an EFL Cup victory and an FA Cup final appearance.

De Gea faces a simple choice between disappearing to Saudi Arabia and waving goodbye to European football or alternatively staying in England or on the continent and continuing to compete in one of the leading football leagues. Betting apps think he could be the latest player to move to Saudi Arabia.

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Could De Gea Return to Atletico Madrid?

David De Gea has only actually played for two clubs during his career. The 32-year-old had been with Manchester United since 2011, with the Spaniard having come through the ranks at Atletico Madrid. He turned out on 57 occasions for the Spanish side before the Red Devils swooped to land his signature and perhaps a return to Madrid is on the cards.

De Gea might appreciate a move back to Spain at this stage of his career and the opportunity to once again play in La Liga, which continues to be one of the leading football leagues in the world. Although there seems little chance that De Gea will return to the international fold after making his last appearance in 2020, he is still highly regarded.

It will be interesting to see whether Diego Simeone is interested in a player who has achieved a great deal at Old Trafford and has lots of big game experience, with De Gea having kept the most clean sheets in last season's Premier League.

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Could Tottenham Be Tempted By De Gea?

Tottenham Hotspur might well be looking for an upgrade on Hugo Lloris, and perhaps De Gea is on their radar for new Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou. The Australian will want a solid stopper between the sticks and might have identified De Gea, who won last season's Golden Glove for keeping more clean sheets than any keeper in the Premier League.

Lloris is a keeper who has not covered himself in glory for Tottenham over the past 12 months, and perhaps De Gea is seen as an upgrade in that department, with the odds implying that a switch from the north west to north London is possibly on the cards.

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La Liga and Ligue 1 Could Call For De Gea

Bookies think that there’s a distinct chance that David De Gea could be playing football in France next season, with some of the biggest Ligue 1 clubs searching for a quality goalkeeper. There are few who come with more top-flight experience than the Spaniard, and he can attest to working under some great managers at Old Trafford, including Sir Alex Ferguson.

Naturally, there are only a small number of Ligue 1 outfits who could afford De Gea’s wages, and he would likely be looking for a lucrative deal. Paris St-Germain and possibly Marseille are perhaps the only two clubs who could be in the running to sign de Gea. Both clubs also have Champions League football to offer the keeper next season.

De Gea may favour a move back to his native Spain and it's noticeable that the odds have shortened about a potential return to his homeland. As with France, there are probably only a handful of clubs that are in a position to sign a goalkeeper with big wage demands.

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Would Pochettino Want De Gea at Chelsea?

Chelsea began last season with Edouard Mendy between the sticks and ended the campaign with Kepa Arrizabalaga operating in goal, so there is no certainty as to who will be wearing the number one shirt for the Blues next season. Incoming manager Mauricio Pochettino might have his own ideas when it comes to that vital position.

Pochettino will be keenly aware of De Gea due to the player’s longevity at Old Trafford and perhaps he has identified him as a potential transfer target, especially now that Manchester United are prepared to offload him and bring in someone new.

De Gea will certainly not want to be a reserve keeper at the age of 32, with Mendy likely to be heading to a Saudi Arabian club in the summer, which could free up the chance for the Manchester United number one to switch from the north west to the capital.

Newcastle Unlikely to Replace Pope With De Gea

Newcastle United come next in the betting market to sign David De Gea, but it would be a surprise if the Magpies believed that the Spaniard represented an upgrade on current keeper Nick Pope. The latter was one of the star performers for Eddie Howe’s side last season and has the potential to get even better for the Tyneside outfit.

Although De Gea boasts more experience, it would be a shock if Howe preferred him as a keeper to the England international, who looks set for his first taste of the Champions League next term.

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Matthew Glazier for Bookies.com
Matthew Glazier
Matthew Glazier, the former Head of Marketing at bet365, is a veteran in the online betting industry and contributes to Bookies.com.