David De Gea stalling on new deal sparking fears he wants to quit Old Trafford
MANCHESTER UNITED are sweating over the future of David De Gea with the guardian yet to sign another agreement.
It is understood United are becoming increasingly wary over one of their star players taking off.
According to the Telegraph, the Old Trafford club are willing to offer the goalkeeper £275,000 per week to remain however so far no assention has been made.
In the case of nothing is arranged, De Gea, 28 a week ago, will be able to leave in the summer for free because his contract expires in June.
It means Manchester United may be forced to cash in on the stopper in January and lose one of their standout performers over recent years – and after that confront the predicament of supplanting him.
He wants to be winning trophies as he hits his peak but has just one Premier League winner’s medal since arriving from Atletico Madrid in 2011, coming in Sir Alex Ferguson’s goodbye season in 2012/13.
One club he will almost certainly do that with is Juventus, who are comprehended to screen the De Gea circumstance.
The Serie A giants lack a world class goalkeeper after Gianluigi Buffon’s flight in the mid year and in spite of the fact that Wojciech Szczesny spared a punishment against AC Milan, the Polish international is not even close to the Spanish stopper’s level.