Manchester United set David de Gea deadline with goalkeeper set to decide future


The Spanish goalkeeper’s current contract expires in summer 2020, but United have offered him a new deal worth £350,000 a week. De Gea, who has been heavily linked with a move to PSG, has yet to decide whether or not to extend his Old Trafford stay. But the Red Devils are keen for an answer and have told their No.1 to reveal his intentions before the end of the season. De Gea has been in poor form in recent weeks, making costly mistakes against Everton, Barcelona and Manchester City. United still want to retain his services beyond this term, but only if De Gea commits to a new contract. Jan Oblak and Keylor Navas have emerged as contenders to replace the ex-Atletico Madrid shot-stopper should he depart this summer. United’s 1-1 draw with Huddersfield on Sunday ended their hopes of a top-four finish. READ MORE The 15 best free-kicks of all time: where does Messi rank? The long way round: How Unai Emery became a self-made obsessive – and Arsenal’s chosen one United’s top-four hopes extinguished with draw at relegated Huddersfield Chelsea on the brink of Champions League qualification Manchester United dealt blow as long-term target seals move elsewhere Blackburn and Swansea entertain with final game draw Leeds head into play-offs on the back of defeat to 10-man Ipswich Manchester United will have £330m to spend in the summer – but only if they sell these players Arsene Wenger could be set for a shock Premier League return with this club The £60 million sixth-choice forward: what’s happened to Riyad Mahrez at Manchester City? Barcelona’s pursuit of Matthijs de Ligt has hit a major stumbling block Chelsea and Manchester United on red alert as Real Madrid make star available for transfer

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