Solskjaer confident De Gea will soon sign new Manchester United contract

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident that David De Gea will soon sign a new contract with Manchester United. PA understands that the Old Trafford giants have offered the 28-year-old a new and improved deal in an attempt to finally agree upon a contract extension. Ole on @D_DeGea: “I’ve said many times how lucky I am, and how happy we are to have him in goal. So we hope he will stay here for many years.” #MUFC #MUTOUR pic.twitter.com/VgglSh2aeC — Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 10, 2019 Negotiations with De Gea failed to bring a resolution last season, with demands around the deal holding things up despite the goalkeeper’s apparent desire to remain at a club he joined from Atletico Madrid in 2011. The situation is becoming more pressing as the Spain international is out of contract next summer, with Paris St Germain, Juventus and Real Madrid – a club he was so close to joining in 2015 – reported to be among the interested parties. Asked about De Gea’s situation, United boss Solskjaer said: “David has had a summer now where he’s been negotiating and thinking about his contract, so we hope that we’re going to get it sorted soon. “I’m positive. Of course, with David, I’ve said many times how lucky I am and how happy we are to have him in the goal, so we hope he stays here for many years.” Topics Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Man Utd Solskjaer’s mini-slump since becoming permanent Manchester United boss Solskjaer insists Manchester United will not be pressured into selling players 6 matches that earned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the Manchester United job The major talking points ahead of the Manchester derby Newcastle set to make formal approach for Wednesday boss Bruce Arsenal risk losing young talent as European giants swoop Livingston sign French striker Aymen Souda Craig Levein feels partly responsible for Peter Haring’s injury problems Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes Romelu Lukaku promise in hope of keeping striker in Manchester Why Christian Eriksen wants to leave Tottenham – but is short of options for a move 12 expensive outcasts who are STILL at these Premier League clubs Quiz! Can you name the 23 players to break the world record transfer fee since 1967? Wednesday’s big transfer rumours: Manchester United given permission to speak to midfielder PSG set eye-watering Neymar price as Barcelona consider next move

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