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could retire aged 33 if one condition is not met by ‘major clubs’ interested in his signature David de Gea’s future as a professional footballer could well depend on just how rated he is by new suitors. That’s according to The Guardian, who report that the former Manchester United man could indeed retire should the chance to play at a major club as a no.1 goalkeeper not present itself. The 33-year-old’s 12 years at Old Trafford came to a sorry end in June when he was understood to have had a contract offer withdrawn by United. In the three months since, De Gea has been training alone, but is yet to find a new club despite several approaches from the big-spending Saudi Pro League. Reports from Spain during the week claimed that LaLiga sides Real Betis and Valencia are both considering De Gea on a free transfer, but he’ll only by joining as first choice. It’s also debatable whether either of those sides will be able to compete for ‘major honours’ which The Guardian cites as a desire, alt

FNW - Lionel Messi in Inter Miami

Lionel Messi showed an unusual behavior during frustrating tie for Inter Miami

For the first time since Lionel Messi arrived in MLS, Inter Miami failed to score in a match, sparking an uncharacteristic reaction from the captain.

It was a physical and defensive showdown,

The visitors shut down the seemingly unstoppable Argentinian, who had registered at least one goal or assist in every match he played previously for the Pink and Black. The team marked 27 goals in the first nine games he played.

Nashville eventually held Inter Miami to a 0-0 draw in a rematch of the Leagues Cup Final, which Miami won on penalty kicks earlier this month.

It was Inter Miami's first home game in MLS league play, but the crowd full of stars at DRV PNK Stadium left the much-anticipated match disappointed.'

The frustration shown by Messi and his teammates illustrated the battle Inter Miami still faces in the league standings.


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