March 3, reporter Romano reported that the relationship between Manchester United and De Gea
Negotiations are continuing and the two sides hope to agree on a new contract, with De Gea wanting to stay.
It is reported that the one-year extension clause in the player’s contract has not been activated because Manchester United hope to reach a new renewal clause with a different salary.
The 32-year-old de Gea’s contract expires this summer.
talkSport reporter Alex Crook previously stated that Manchester United hopes that De Gea will cut his salary to a certain extent. De Gea’s contract will expire at the end of the season. The reporter said that Manchester United is unwilling to activate the one-year extension clause in the contract to maintain the player’s 350,000 pounds
Instead, he hopes to provide De Gea with a long-term contract to persuade him to reduce his salary to 200,000 pounds. Ten Hag is seeking to introduce a salary cap system to create a more united locker room culture.
De Gea is also keeping an eye on Oblak’s situation at Atletico before deciding on his own future.