Manchester United are working on a new contract for David de Gea.
According to Football Insider, Manchester United are in advanced talks with the Spaniard over a new deal.
It is believed that the 32-year-old goalkeeper has agreed to accept a pay cut and United have offered him a three-year contract worth approximately £200,000-per-week.
De Gea is currently the highest paid goalkeeper in the world and a new deal could see him remain as first choice keeper under Erik ten Hag for the foreseeable future, despite claims from several media outlets that the Dutchman could look to sign a new shot-stopper in the summer.
The report from Football Insider notes that the new contract has not been agreed upon yet. There is still some way to go before everything can be finalised.
An agreement could be reached soon.
“We’re still talking,” De Gea said last week, as quoted by BBC Sport. “For sure it’s going to end in a good way.”
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