David de Gea will reportedly be offered a new deal by Manchester United in a bid to end Real Madrid's interest.
A move to the Bernabeu collapsed in 2015 and weeks later the 26-year-old signed a four-year contract worth £200,000 a week.
But the Daily Star Sunday say De Gea remains a target for Madrid and United will offer to extend his deal by 12 months and make him one of the club's highest earners alongside Wayne Rooney, Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
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Rio Ferdinand has revealed he's spoken to Paul Pogba following his criticism of the France international practising a new celebration dance with Jesse Lingard.
"Since those comments, and I have spoken to Paul about them, I've had time to think and we are in a different era now," BT Sport's football expert Ferdinand said. "I was doing stuff that Alan Mullery [former Tottenham and England player] was probably going: 'Oh my God, what's he doing?'
"But times change. In a lot of ways, I like old school stuff in terms of my professionalism with football, but with the social media element I was over here [gestures] to everyone else at the beginning, so I understand it and what it means to the players to have a social media following and to be active on social media.
"My only issue was timing. Timing is key to everything about when you put stuff out and I've said that about Arsenal players and been vocal on Man Utd players — it's about timing.
"But we have to accept we are in a different era. I was in America last week for the Super Bowl and everything over there is geared to social media.
"The cameras are in the changing room and, me being a pundit on the other side of the fence I'd love to be able to go in there after a game, so there is going to be a shift and it takes a bit of getting used to.
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"But the key word is just the timing which can set things and people off the wrong way."
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho has labelled Chelsea as 'very defensive' and has all but given up on catching his former club in the Premier League title race.
He told the BBC: "Chelsea are very good defensive team.
"They defend very well and with lots of players and I think in this situation a very defensive team wins the title with counter-attack goals and set-pieces goals, so I don't think they will let it slip but football is football."