Man Utd information: De Gea’s contract refusal, Mourinho makes Madrid resolution, Ramsey replace


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Man Utd news: David De Gea is stalling on a new deal (Pic: Getty)

Manchester United star David de Gea is reportedly refusing to sign a new deal at the club and it is down to one player.

According to the Mirror, Alexis Sanchez is standing in the way of contract talks.

The Chilean arrived in January and is paid up to £505,000-a-week, and several stars want pay parity with the former Arsenal ace.

De Gea is among them, and the 27-year-old believes that a deal worth £300,000-a-week is not unrealistic given he is now widely regarded as the best goalkeeper in the world.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho doesn’t fancy a return to Real Madrid.

That is according to journalist Duncan Castles, who revealed Mourinho’s reluctance to return to the Spanish giants on the latest episode of the Transfer Window podcast.

“Mourinho has always told people around him he won’t go back to Real Madrid because of the negativity of the experience and how it ended there,” Castles said.

“He elected to terminate his contract and go back to English football, specifically to Chelsea at that time.

“What I’m told is if Jose Mourinho were to be out of work now, had he been out of work at this moment, were he to become sacked by Manchester United in the next weeks or months Florentino Perez would do everything in his power to bring him to the club.

Manchester United have been rocked by the latest update in the Aaron Ramsey saga.

According to the Express, Bayern Munich are the latest top club to register an interest in the midfielder.

The German giants are wobbling this season and new boss Niko Kovac has come under increasing pressure.

And the news will come as a big blow to United, who had made the former Cardiff star one of their top priorities in the summer.

With the club facing the prospect of losing Ander Herrera and Juan Mata to similar contract troubles, replacements were being sought after.


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