- David De Gea, Manchester United goalkeeper is wanted by Paris Saint Germain as replacement for Buffon
- The Spaniard's current deal at Old Trafford expires at the end of this season and has refused to sign a new one
- PSG are willing to pay he 28-year-old £350,000-a-week in wages to lure the goalkeeper to France
French League giants Paris Saint Germain have reportedly launched a bid to sign Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea this summer.
It is understood that the Spanish national team shot stopper has refused to sign a new deal worth about £350,000-a-week to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
SunSport quoting French journalist Geoffroy Garetier reports that the Parisians have made their move for the 28-year-old.
Garetier, while speaking on Canal+, said: "Paris Saint-Germain are seeking a world class goalkeeper now more than ever. The club have made an offer for David De Gea."
The Sun earlier this month reported that De Gea has about a week to decide on his future with the Red Devils, and PSG are willing to match his demands of £350,000-a-week in wages.
PSG are said to be planning to dump legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon after just one season as they want United goalkeeper as replacement for the Italian.
Meanwhile, another option for Thomas Tuchel would be to recall Kevin Trapp, following his successful loan spell at Eintracht Frankfurt.
However, PSG will have battle Real Madrid for the signature of the former Atletico Madrid goal-tender when this season wraps up.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United have issued a deadline to David De Gea to make a decision if he will remain at Old Trafford going forward.
The goalkeeper according to Daily Mail citing The Sun report that the Spaniard's present deal at the Old Trafford expires in the summer of 2020.
The Red Devils have however offered him a new deal valued around £350,000-a-weekly to sign new contract at the club.
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