Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea could push for a summer exit amid his deteriorating relationship with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Spaniard has been the club’s number one over the past decade, but he has recently played second fiddle to Dean Henderson.
According to M.E.N, De Gea’s relationship with Solskjaer is becoming more strained as the Norwegian continues to ignore him for the goalkeeping role.
Henderson got his break when De Gea went on paternal leave last month, but it was anticipated that the Spaniard would reclaim his spot soon.
However, that has clearly not been the case, and Solskjaer has continued to trust Henderson in goal with De Gea being an unused substitute.
The 30-year-old has more than two years remaining on his current £350,000-a-week contract, and he is valued by United at around £50m.
It has been recently reported by The Mirror that De Gea may be offered a huge pay-off such that he accepts a pay-cut with his next club.