Manchester United are reportedly keen on to re-open contract talks with Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, according to the reports from Britain.
The Spain international stopper has less than 18 months left on his current deal at Old Trafford, however, the Red Devils are determined to keep De Gea the theatre of the dreams stadium for a long-time.
Last month, the Red Devils goalkeeping coach Emilio Alvarez has dropped massive hint over De Gea’s future, however, it is believed that the stopper’s wage demands have been the issue and after resolving it is likely to keep him at the club for a long time.
According to The Sun, Manchester United want to break the deadlock’ when it comes to Spaniard’s new deal, which could end up costing them in the region of £350,000 per week salary.
The 28-year-old has played 351 games for the Red Devils in all competitions since making move to Old Trafford from La Liga giants Atletico Madrid back in the summer of 2011 and three years in a row has managed to become the club’s best player.
Meanwhile, Serie A giants Inter Milan are reportedly keen to secure services of Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian at the end of the current campaign.
Inter boosted their defensive options by signing Cedric Soares on a season-long loan deal from Southampton during the January transfer window, and it is believed that the Italian giants can acquire the Portuguese permanently when the season ends.
According to Tuttosport, however, the San Siro outfit are not interested in keeping Soares for the next campaign and looking for full-back ahead of the summer transfer window.
Darmian was strongly rumoured with a return to Serie A following his limited time at Old Trafford and now Inter Milan are believed to keeping tabs on his signature.