Manchester United under pressure to sell David de Gea after he’rejects final offer’ with PSG planning £60m bid
- David de Gea has one year remaining on his Manchester United contract
- The Spaniard is at an impasse in talks over a new deal to stay at Old Trafford
- United have failed to meet the goalkeeper’s market value of £350,000 a week
- PSG are considering making a big money move for the player this summer
The Red Devils exercised an option in De Gea’s contract to extend his present deal until 2020 but talks over extending any further have ground to a halt.
And the Spaniard has now made it clear that he will not be staying at Old Trafford beyond next season, according to The Sun.
David de Gea has reportedly turned down Manchester United’s final contract offer
And that has put pressure on United to cash in on him this summer, rather than lose him on a free in a year.
French giants Paris Saint-Germain are ready to meet De Gea’s market value of £350,000-a-week and are now considering a £60million bid in the current window.
De Gea was voted as the Premier League’s best goalkeeper in five of the past seven seasons and was voted United’s player of the year for four straight seasons between 2014 and 2018.
He has struggled this past season, however, with a series of high profile mistakes including costly errors against Barcelona in the Champions League and against Chelsea in the Premier League.
The Spaniard reportedly wants a contract that reflects his status as United’s best player