Following the calm that has been restored at Manchester United at the weekend, there are indications that there is more to worry about for the Red Devils.
This season for United is marred with issues of unrest and rift between the manager, Jose Mourinho and the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward for failure to ensure the signings of new defenders.
The rift between Mourinho and French midfielder Paul Pogba later flooded the media with the tension almost unbearable for the manager who was alleged to have lost control of the dressing room.
The embarrassing results suffered by the Old Trafford side was perceived to be the last episode as the Portuguese manager was threatened with a sack after they failed to win any game in for matches.
However, calm was restored when the board made it clear that the manager will not be sacked but will be backed to change things at the club.
With the resolve, it was believed that calm had finally been restored and United can finally move on with more focus on the pitch but latest reports indicate that the Manchester side have goalkeeper David de Gea to worry about.
The Telegraph reports that United are struggling to have the Spanish goalkeeper extend his contract at the Old Trafford as he is refusing to do so.
Talks are reported to have reached an impasse with the player which means he might leave for free when his contract finally expires in 2020 and that might be too much for United to bear.