David de Gea could be on the move as his wage demands are met
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea could be set to leave Old Trafford this summer with PSG reportedly set to meet his wage demands.
The Spanish international signed a one-year contract extension earlier this season that will keep him in Manchester until the summer of 2020 and according to The Independent PSG would be willing to match de Gea's £350,000 per week wage demands.
United saw a similar situation develop with Ander Herrera recent who could now move to Paris this summer with his contract negotiations at United stalling.
Meanwhile manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said last month that he is not involved with de Gea's contract negotiations but that he remains hopeful that the two sides can reach an agreement to keep the Spaniard in Manchester.
"No updates from me," he said, per Charlotte Duncker of the Manchester Evening News. "The club and David are in dialogue. Hopefully they'll agree. It's out of my hands, but I'm sure we'll do what we can."
With Herrera potentially on the move, Solskjaer praised midfielder Scott McTominay who he said would play 'many, many' games for United after his goal in the 2-1 loss to Wolves on Tuesday.
Scott has never ever let us down and he never disappoints when he plays,Solskjaer told reporters at his press conference.“And tonight was another very, very fine performance by Scotty. So, it won’t be hard to see him play many, many games for Man United, because he has got such a great mentality.
He is so athletic, he can play in different positions. Today we feel that’s his best position, like a high midfielder, but he can play in that defensive role easily, like he has done against PSG and Liverpool. So I was very, very pleased with him.