Manchester United have seen contract talks with Spanish goal keeper David De Gea stalled in recent weeks, as both parties continue to deliberate to find a common ground.
David De Gea is out of contract next summer, and is willing to commit his future to the club, but only for the right price.
The shot stopper is on a £210,000 weekly salary, but is believed to be demanding a 40 percent increase which will see him become the highest earning goal keeper with a £350,000 weekly wage.
Manchester United are hoping they could reach an agreement with the 28-year-old, as the club faithful continue to demand that United do whatever it takes to make sure he signs a new contract.
The red devils have however been successful in extending contracts for the likes of Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw and Phil Jones, and will now be hoping to convince David and Marcus Rashford, with negotiations ongoing to see the 21-year-old sign a new deal which will see him earn a whooping £150,000 weekly on wages.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United will be back in action in the Champions League against Paris Saint Germain on Tuesday, and the Norwegian will be hoping his goalie will in his usual impeccable form to help them through the UCL round of 16.