Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea kept quiet when asked to comment on his club future.
There has been a lot of speculation regarding the 24-year old’s future, who continues to be linked with a switch to Real Madrid.
After De Gea received the accolade of ‘adoptive-son of Castilla-La Mancha’ on Sunday, his home-town region, the Spaniard was questioned about his future but gave no indication of where he will be playing next year.
“We’ll see what happens with my future,” De Gea said.
“I’m on vacation now and very happy for this recognition” he said.
United’s No.1 has excelled in the last two seasons and picked up the Manchester United Player of the Year award for the second time in a row last month.
De Gea’s current contract at United expires next summer so he could leave Manchester on a Bosman in 2016.
Understandably, United fans are concerned as their team have become heavily reliant on De Gea and losing him would certainly weaken the side’s chances of challenging for next season’s title.
Victor Valdes, who joined United on a free transfer this year, has been recognised as De Gea’s potential successor. Jasper Cillessen and Petr Cech have both been pinpointed by various media outlets as De Gea’s replacement too.