Manchester United keeper David De Gea has been offered a larger wage to extend his contract at the club, according to Evening Standard.
The Spanish international has been arguably United’s most in-form player over the last couple of years, matched with his excellent form the for the Spanish national side where he has cemented his place as number one.
Constant links however to an exit from the Premier League side have been maintained with Real Madrid linked more often than not.
Madrid were said to be massive admirers of the former Atletico Madrid man but their signing of former Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois has now halted any potential move.
Exit talks are ongoing though and it is thought that De Gea would not be shy of potential suitors, something United are desperately trying to stop.
Reports prior to the turn of the year claimed that the stopper was on the verge of signing a bumper deal which would make him the best paid keeper in world football, but those claims have gone silent since.
De Gea is reportedly on around £200k per week at Old Trafford, but reports this week claim he is now set to be offered a figure of £350 per week to extend his deal.
The deal offered is said to be a five-year contract, something that will entice the keeper further, given that the future is now looking good for United after the arrival of new boss Ole Gunnar Soljskaer.