There has been a recent disagreement between David de Gea and Manchester United board over contract agreement.
David de Gea won’t budge on his £350,000-a-week wage demands.
The Spaniard has told United chiefs that he is prepared to commit the peak years of his career to the club – but only if the price is right.
And that means giving him a pay-rise that will put him behind only £400,000-a-week Alexis Sanchez in the Old Trafford pay stakes.
United are reluctant to meet De Gea’s demands but remain confident that a compromise will be struck.
The club was forced to trigger a one-year extension clause in the Spain No.1’s contract in November to prevent him talking to foreign clubs in the New Year.