De Gea set to stay at United

David de Gea could sign a new contract, Chelsea stars are in limbo, Atletico Madrid want Hector Bellerin and Spurs face competition for Tanguy Ndombele. 

De Gea set for new deal
The Sun reports that Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is set to stay at Old Trafford, and will be offered a new deal. He has so far rejected an offer of £300,000 a week, but United will now offer a five-year contract (four years plus the option of another) with wages of £350,000 a week. However, the Spanish international will see what other business is conducted before committing his future. 

Chelsea stars future yet to be resolved 
Chelsea’s players are waiting to have their futures resolved, but must wait for the appointment of Frank Lampard. The Daily Mail believes that the delay in replacing Maurizio Sarri means that several prominent players do not know where they stand. Players like Kurt Zouma, and Tiemoue Bakayoko, Tammy Abraham and Michy Batshuayi could all leave if Lampard gives the go ahead 

Atletico to offer Vitolo for Bellerin 
Atletico Madrid are keen to buy Hector Bellerin this summer, despite there being no guarantee that the 24-year-old right-back will be fit to start the season. In order to meet Arsenal’s £50 million asking price, they will offer Vitolo, the 29-year-old forward that Unai Emery once managed at Sevilla. Arsenal are also considering a move for Yannick Carrasco to offer cover in defence, the Telegraph reports. 

Spurs face battle for Ndombele 
The Express believes that Spurs are facing competition for the signature of Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. The 22-year-old has been the subject of a £40 million offer from Mauricio Pochettino’s side, but the French club are holding out for £71 million. That is one problem, but now Paris Saint-Germain have registered an interest in the player.

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