According to The Sun, Manchester United will hand Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea £20 million if he leaves for Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
The French giants need a new goalie after Gianluigi Buffon left Parc des Princes, and are preparing to bid for the Red Devils star.
United will flog De Gea for any fee between £60 million and £75 million, and are ready to pay him to leave once they can cash in on him, rather than see him run down his contract and leave for free next summer.
The 28-year-old isn’t ready to sign an extension, and he is more than willing to wait till the end of his deal before departing Old Trafford, given that he stands to net a fortune from his next club if no transfer fee is paid.
De Gea isn’t keen to leave United this summer unless he is paid to move on, and the club are ready to take a £20 million hit for the loss as long as they get triple of that from PSG.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t want to keep any player at the club against his wishes, and the Spain international could be on his way out in the coming weeks if a deal favourable to all parties involved can be thrashed out.