The opportunities of Manchester United to assure David de Gea of a new contract & # 39; look at distance & # 39; if club misses the Champions League football
- Manchester United is trying to reach a new deal for goalkeeper David de Gea
- The talented Spaniard still has a year to go with his current contract with Old Trafford
- The chances of De Gea to & # 39; remotely & # 39; if United misses a top four
Manchester United faces a real challenge to keep goalkeeper David de Gea if they miss Champions League football next season.
The team of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently in sixth place, three points in Chelsea in fourth place, with four games left of the campaign.
De Gea still has a year to go with his current deal with Old Trafford, but according to The Guardian, chances are he will sign a new contract & # 39; look at a distance & # 39; if United ends a top four, it will go wrong.
Manchester United's chances of David de Gea & # 39; at a distance & # 39; to make it look like they are missing the top four
The 28-year-old Spaniard spent eight seasons in Manchester, but has long been connected with a switch to Real Madrid and a return to Spain.
In an effort to buy more time for negotiations, United launched their one-year option at De Gea in November to reach its contract until 2020.
But United will be reluctant to lose one of their esteemed possessions for free and get a dilemma as to whether he will cash this summer if he doesn't sign new terms.
The current deal from the Spanish keeper will expire in 2020 and he still has to agree to new conditions
Solskjaer was challenging after the 4-0 humiliation against Everton during the Easter weekend that he would overhaul the team in an attempt to make the club successful again.
Six defeats in eight games since he got the track on a permanent basis have exposed the weaknesses in the team of United and the Norwegian is determined to create a side that is able to fight for titles.
In anticipation of the Wednesday evening derby in Manchester, the boss of the United States said, "I love all these guys, I love them because they're great guys," he said. & # 39; But I have to make and manage decisions for the club.
& # 39; I manage the club and help the players, but I manage for the club. We will do everything we can to ensure that we do what we think is right for the club.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is determined to use the ax this summer to improve the form