David De Gea makes final decision over his future at Manchester United.

Manchester United are confident that the goal keeper will sign new contract extension.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear that David de Gea will stay with the club till the next five years to come.

David De Gea has recently had issues with his future at the club, with the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint Germain declaring interest for the goal keeper.

According to Reports, De Gea didn’t want to agree personal terms with the club over his wage bill and highest paid player saga.

The 28 year old goal keeper is expected to become the highest paid goal keeper in the whole world if he commits his future with the club.

It’s no more speculation that he will definitely sign a five year contract extension with the red devils and probably become the second highest paid player in old Trafford.

Express UK reports that the Spainiard is expected to sign a new five-year deal after playing against Leeds in tonight’s pre-season tour.

Ole Gunner Solksjeare affirmed that if he signs for the club, he will earn as much as £375,000 every week.

“He’ll play and hopefully we can agree with David, as I’ve said a few times,”. Ole told when asked about De Gea.

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