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Manchester United Offer Keeper David De Gea New Two-Year Contract

Both Real Madrid and Barcelona are interested in the La Roja star. 

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Manchester United are planning on handing in-form goalkeeper David de Gea a new contract and a pay rise as both a reward for his fine form between the sticks at Old Trafford last season and in order to ward off interest in the player from several big-name clubs across the Continent this summer, according to exclusive reports in the Daily Star on Sunday.

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The highly rated Spaniard has just enjoyed a brilliant campaign in goal for the Red Devils, so much so that De Gea was recently even voted as the club’s Player of the Season.

And now as a reward for the shot stopper’s outstanding displays for the Premier League giants last time out, United bosses intend to hand De Gea a two-year contract extension on the 23-year-old’s current deal which runs out at Old Trafford in June 2016, with the keeper also set to receive a raise in his present salary from £52,000 per week up to £85,000 per week at the Theatre of Dreams next season.

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