Manchester United are said to be becoming desperate in their attempts to keep hold of goalkeeper David de Gea as they are running out of ideas to tie him down to a new deal, according to The Sun.
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With a move to Real Madrid seemingly on the cards this summer, the Red Devils will offer the 24-year-old a new four-year deal worth a reported £250,000-per-week.
They will then let him leave Old Trafford for a cut price fee after two years as long as it means he doesn’t make the move to the Bernabeu this summer.
United have apparently also told super agent Jorge Mendes that they will give misfiring hit man Radamel Falcao a loan extension until January as a sign of their commitment to his career.
However, de Gea is said to be keen on a return to his homeland, and sources in Madrid are already claiming that the Spanish international has already agreed a £130,000-per-week deal with the La Liga runners up.