Why United not bothered about De Gea’s failed contract talks
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea seems to have made up his mind to leave the Old Trafford this season but that might not happen as the club have all it takes to keep him for a longer period of time.
De Gea’s contract runs into the last months and there is still no agreement between him and the club because of his decision to walk away.
The Spanish goalkeeper was offered a whopping sum of £375,000 per week deal to remain at the Old Trafford but that is not attractive enough to lure him to remain at the club.
However, United have made it clear that he will not be leaving even if he refuses to sign a new deal until January when he will be free to talk to suitors.
The Old Trafford are laced in an advantage position having made it clear in the contract terms that they have the option of extending the player’s stay by another year should he refuse to commit his future again.
It has been revealed that United are aware of the interests from Barcelona and PSG for the player, hence they will ensure the former Athletico Madrid goalie is delayed for not being loyal to the club.