Man Utd goalkeeper David de Gea is set to sign his new deal when he returns from the pre-season tour after rejecting Paris Saint-Germain.
David de Gea has agreed to sign a six-year contract thought to be worth more than £110million with Manchester United.
De Gea, 28, received an offer from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer and the Spaniard had a ‘reflective period’ to mull over his future following a woeful run of form in United’s run-in.
However, De Gea has finally decided to commit to United and is expected to sign a £375,000-a-week contract after the squad returns from Asia later this month.
Although De Gea’s wage hike has helped persuade him to stay, he has always put footballing decisions ahead of monetary motivations and believes he can still win silverware with United.
It is understood De Gea is grateful for the support he received from United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his backroom coaching staff during what sources close to the Spain international described as the goalkeeper’s ‘lowest ebb’ at the end of last term.