David De Gea prepared for new contract offer from Manchester United

David De Gea is poised for a new contract offer from Manchester United as negotiations on a new contract continue. The goalkeeper of Spain is about to enter the
last 12 months of his current contract at Old Trafford and is linked to Paris St-Germain and Juventus.

United are insisting that De Gea will not be sold this summer, despite the threat of losing him as a free agent by the end of next season, and continue in dialogue
 with goalkeeper agent Jorge Mendes.

Although negotiations have been underway for about 18 months and United is reluctant to meet De Gea's salary demands, the club wants to keep the 28-year-old player
 and is considering a new bid in an attempt to end the deadlock.

De Gea's existing contract is worth around £ 240,000 per week and he has been seeking a deal closer to Alexis Sanchez's £ 500,000 per week salary, although it is
unclear at this stage that United is prepared to offer its first place.

De Gea's form failed during the second half of last season when he made a series of mistakes, but United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still sees him as a crucial
component of a team that is expected to undergo many changes this summer.

United have reached an agreement in principle with Wales' Swansea City winger Daniel James, who is expected to cost £ 15m to £ 18m, but it is still believed that
 Solskjaer is in the market for a more Experient. front. He also wants a right-back, middle-center and ideally two midfielders.

United are expected to make a better offer to Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka after being told that an initial offer of about £ 40 million was well
below the assessment of the South club from London.

There is recognition at Old Trafford that they are operating in a very inflated market, but whether they would be prepared to meet Leicester's £ 80 million rating
 for English midfielder Harry Maguire, who is also wanted by Manchester City. visa.

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