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Manchester United face a fight to keep the goalkeeper David de Gea



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Manchester United face a fight to keep David de Gea from Paris Saint-Germain, "is ready to offer ranger bumper £ 350,000 a week wages"

  • David de Gea could leave Manchester United with one year left on the contract
  • Keeper wants £ 350,000 a week from Paris Saint-Germain concerned
  • The club may lose Ander Herrera and Juan Mata during the summer

David de Gea could leave Manchester United in the summer, how to continue the negotiations on a new contract the club, according to The Sun.

Spain keeper wants £ 350,000 a week, with the French giants Paris Saint-Germain are happy to meet his demands.

Man United activated a one-year extension to his contract at the beginning of this season, but they want to tie the 28-year-old down to a transaction.

David de Gea has attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain with a year left on his contract

David de Gea has attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain with a year left on his contract

De Gea is considered to be open, to stay after getting up in the destiny under the guidance of new boss Solskjaer, who had been appointed on a permanent basis last week.

However, the PSG are ready to offer £ 60 million for the stopper to check the determination of Man United.

Parisians are also interested in Ander Herrera, whose contract expires in the summer and still do not agree with the new terms.

The Spaniard set Solskjaer talk about his future plans this week, but he could be tempted by a big payday with the Ligue 1 leaders.

Ander Herrera is nearing the end of his contract Manchester United and can move on

Ander Herrera is nearing the end of his contract Manchester United and can move on

Manchester United may also allow Antonio Valencia, Rojo and Matteo Darmian sent while Juan Mata and from the contract.

Solskjaer captured revival of his team with young players, and tracked loves Aaron Van-Bissaka, Jadon Saego and Callum Hudson-Odoi bring in.

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