- Manchester United are said to be ready to sell De Gea next summer
- The Spaniard's contract with the Manchester outfit due to expire next summer
- United are reportedly demanding KSh9.8 billion for the shot-stopper
Premier League giants, Manchester United, are finally ready to sell David De Gea after reportedly setting a price tag for the goalkeeper.
Reports filtering through in the UK, United are demanding a fee of over £100m for the Spaniard whose contract with the club is due to expire next summer.
De Gea is yet to pen a new deal with United ahead of the expiry of his current contract, but the club have the option of extending it for a further one year.
According to a UK Metro report, the Red Devils are keen not to lose the star goal-keeperon a free transfer, thus placing a price tag of £75 million on the 28-year-old.
French champions Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are interested in the signature of the goalkeeper, with The Sun reporting that the Serie A champions are willing to launch a big-money move.
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On the other hand, despite PSG signing legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon in the summer, they are understood to be in the market shopping for a long-term replacement.
De Gea has established himself as a fan-favourite at Old Trafford, with club boss, Jose Mourinho, hailing him as ‘the best goalkeeper in the world.'
However, the Spain international may seek a move away from United to win titles as he approaches peak years of his career.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Mourinho has asked United chiefs to line up a move for Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to replace unsettled David De Gea at Old Trafford.
The English goalkeeper has been impressive at Everton this season, having arrived at Goodinson Park in 2017 from Sunderland.
The 24-year-old has also established himself as Gareth Southgate's top choice between the stands, effectively deposing Joe Hart from the position in the England national team.