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Thursday, November 29, 2018

The Conditions Man Utd Must Agree To If They Want De Gea To Sign A New Contract

According to the Daily Mail, David De Gea will only sign a new contract at Manchester United if he is paid the same wages as Alexis Sanchez. De Gea enhanced his reputation as the best goalkeeper in the world with a stunning save in United’s Champions League home win over Young Boys on Tuesday.
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But negotiations over a new deal have stalled, leading to speculation that the 28-year-old Spain No 1 could leave for Juventus or Paris Saint-Germain.  It is understood that De Gea is keeping his options open and United have not given up hope of persuading him to sign another long-term contract. De Gea’s deal runs out next summer and he can speak to foreign clubs from January 1. However, United will trigger an automatic 12-month extension next month if they cannot agree terms with his representatives.
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Even then, the club run the risk of losing De Gea for nothing in 2020 and may be forced to sell at the end of this season to secure a transfer fee in the region of £75million. De Gea’s camp have rejected United’s offer of £275,000 a week and want parity with the club’s top earner Sanchez, who is paid £350,000 plus substantial bonuses.  De Gea’s representatives are aware United gave Luke Shaw a big pay rise when he signed a £180,000-a-week contract last month, and also agreed to midfielder Marouane Fellaini’s demands in the summer.
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As well as improved personal terms, De Gea wants assurances over United’s plans before committing himself to a new deal. He believes he is the No 1 goalkeeper in the world and wants to play for a club that shares his ambitions. Jose Mourinho’s side are seventh in the Premier League, 14 points behind leaders Manchester City, and have been heavily criticised for their performances. De Gea (below) has won only four major trophies since signing from Atletico Madrid for £18.9m in 2011, joining a club that had reached the Champions League final three times in four years.

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