David de Gea set to stay with Manchester United

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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea looks set to sign a new contract with the club in the near future after telling friends that the club have offered him the perfect deal. 

As reported by The Sun, it has been claimed that the Spanish international, who has enjoyed a remarkable season, is set to sign a new two-year deal with the club worth as much as £200,000-a-week.

De Gea has been the subject of great interest from Spanish giants Real Madrid in recent time, but it now appears that he's set to commit his future with the Manchester club. 

Real interest 

Real, of course, are on the lookout for a long term replacement for Iker Casillas, but it appears that United's No.1 won't be moving back to the Spanish capital just yet. 

The same report has, however, revealed that De Gea could leave United for nothing in 2017, but he certainly looks set to spend next year with the club. 

Huge coup

There's no doubt about it, even if De Gea only signs a short extension to his current contract at the Theatre of Dreams, it will be great news for the club as they go in search of success under Louis van Gaal. 

De Gea has comfortably been Manchester United's most consistent player over the course of the last two years and will surely secure the club's Player of the Year award for the second consecutive term at the end of this season. 

It's crucial that the club keep the Spaniard as they build a platform for success for the 2015/16 campaign. United fans will be hoping that, with De Gea in the side, the title can return to Manchester sooner rather than later. 

Manchester United fans: Do you expect your side to challenge for the Premier League title next season? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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