Manchester United’s David De Gea could become a free agent at the end of the season as the Red Devils continue to fail to make progress in their attempts to extend the goalkeeper’s contract.
De Gea, who has been a United player since 2011, will be out of contract in May, and with the club eager to cut the Spaniard’s wages, it is believed both parties are working towards finding a resolution.
Man United transfer news: David De Gea facing contract uncertainty
An agreement has yet to be reached though, and according to Football Insider, the 32-year-old has been left ‘unimpressed’ by the Red Devils’ contract offers so far.
Failure to reach an agreement before the end of the summer could lead to De Gea ending his 12-year stay with the club.
Since moving to Old Trafford from Atletico Madrid in 2011, De Gea, who has made 45 international appearances for Spain, has kept 186 clean sheets in 534 matches across all competitions.