- Man United goalkeeper David De Gea has postponed new contract talks with club's chiefs
- The Spaniard is free to leave the club at the end of his current deal
- Manchester United might opt to offload De Gea in the summer or lose him for nothing
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has ended ongoing contract extension talks with the club’s chiefs.
According to a Tribal Football report, citing The Telegraph, the Red Devils eggheads held discussions with De Gea's agent Jorge Mendes on Friday, in London, in an attempt to sort out the future of La Roja’s No 1 goalkeeper.
However, at the end of the parley both parties could not strike a deal, suggesting, that the highly-gifted shot-stopper, is free to quit Old Trafford for free when his current contract comes to an end.
Interestingly, Manchester United chief may consider offloading the goalkeeper in the summer transfer window at the end of the 2018-19 campaign, if they fail in convincing De Gea to pen an extension and remain in Manchester.
The report further revealed that the Spaniard is playing cautiously, in signing a long-term deal, due to uncertainties surrounding the club’s Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Manchester United legend and Wales manager Ryan Giggs has firmly backed under pressure United manager Jose Mourinho and said that he should definitely stay as manager.
Mourinho's has had his worst days as United gaffer so far this season with many fans feeling dissatisfied by their teams lackluster display in the new season.
ESPN reported that Wales manager Giggs was present when his former team was booed off at Old Trafford following a frustrating draw against Valencia in the Champions League.
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