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Former Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has reportedly responded to interest from Newcastle United, who are considering him as a replacement for the sidelined Nick Pope. Pope is currently recovering from a shoulder injury sustained in Newcastle’s 1-0 win over Erik ten Hag’s side on Saturday.

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De Gea, released by Manchester United after 12 years at Old Trafford, remains a free agent. Despite a preference for a summer return to Spain, he has been linked to a potential move to Inter Miami in Major League Soccer. Recent sightings of De Gea in Manchester have sparked rumors of a potential return to the team, especially with Andre Onana facing difficulties.

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According to reports from ESPN via The Metro, the 33-year-old goalkeeper has been actively training and is open to the possibility of joining Newcastle. Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale is also linked to a move to Tyneside, and he is reportedly receptive to the idea.

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Ramsdale, aiming for a place in the first team ahead of Euro 2024, has lost his starting spot to David Raya at Arsenal this season. Mikel Arteta, when asked about Ramsdale’s future, couldn’t rule out a January departure but believes the goalkeeper wants to continue playing for Arsenal.

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