Manchester United reportedly set goalkeeper David de Gea a deadline of the end of next week to make a final decision over his future at the club.
Manchester United have reportedly given David de Gea just one more week to make a final decision on his future at the club.
De Gea has been in protracted contract talks with United for a number of months now, with his current deal due to expire next year after the Red Devils triggered a 12-month extension.
United remain desperate to keep the goalkeeper, but have so far refused to give in to his demands of parity with Alexis Sanchez‘s £500,000-a-week wages.
De Gea is well aware of his value to the club and wants to become their highest earner, leaving United facing the prospect of having to cash in on him this summer or lose him for free in 2020.
Metro reports that the 20-time English champions have now set a deadline of the end of next week for De Gea to make a decision as they want to know before the season is over.
Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are among the clubs interested in the Spain international and could test United’s resolve with a big-money offer this summer.