According to The Mirror, the future of David de Gea at Manchester United is reportedly still in the balance after it emerged that the Spaniard was stalling on signing a new deal at Old Trafford.
The goalkeeper, whose current contract expires at the end of this season, has been locked in negotiations with United over a new deal since last year.
Reports last month suggested that De Gea was on the verge of committing his long-term future to United after the club offered him a £375,000-a-week contract.
However, as per the same sources, negotiations have not reached a breakthrough and United are in doubt over whether De Gea will pen a new deal.
It is understood that contract talks between De Gea’s camp and United have been complicated by the former using Alexis Sanchez’s wages – said to be around £400,000 a week – as leverage to get the 28-year-old a better deal.
That said, the current offer on the table would make De Gea the highest-paid keeper in world football, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stressing on several occasions that he was confident that the Spaniard would reach an agreement with the club.