Manchester United are facing the possibility of losing David De Gea for free next season, should the spaniard fail to agree new contract terms with the club.
Negotiations between both parties are nowhere near conclusion, with David De Gea holding out for £400,000 a week and several clubs circling in hope to lure the Spaniard away from Old Trafford.
Man Utd and Solskjaer plot a massive overhaul in the summer, and the club is reluctant to cash in on the 28-year-old.
Selling De Gea in the summer window would see Manchester United realize a certain £50 million, which is half his actual worth considering he has 12 months left on his contract.
Manchester United are confident, they can convince David De Gea to extend his stay within his contract duration. However, their bid to keep the Spanish goal keeper could hit the brick wall if the red devils fail to secure top four, and a Champions League spot for next season.
Should no deal fail to materialize from talks between both parties, De Gea would be heading towards the exit, with Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain patiently waiting and ready to hand in offers to the Manchester United No 1 goal keeper.