De Gea to be offered new deal, Pep Guardiola could go on sabbatical

Manchester United will offer David de Gea a new deal as Ed Woodward stays in charge, Pep Guardiola wants a break, and Callum Hudson-Odoi wants more playing time.  

De Gea to be offered new deal 
There is big news at Manchester United from the Daily Telegraph, who report that goalkeeper David de Gea will be offered a new deal. United will not sell De Gea this season and as there are only 12 months remaining on his current contract, they will continue talks with his agent Jorge Mendes. The 28-year-old Spanish international wants something close to Alexis Sanchez’s £500,000 a week.
Pep plans sabbatical 
Spanish manager Pep Guardiola could go on another sabbatical when his contract ends at Manchester City in 2021 - or possibly even sooner. The Daily Star claims that the stress and strain of City’s treble season has left him planning his next break, and he could leave the Etihad when and if he wins the Champions League with his current club.

Bayern still keen on Hudson-Odoi
The Sun believes that Callum Hudson-Odoi is still a target for Bayern Munich. Chelsea are now in a better negotiating position following the 18-year-old England international’s achilles injury, but he is willing to commit his future to the club only if he receives assurances about playing time when he makes his return. The departure of Maurizio Sarri, if it happens, could lead to further uncertainty.
Woodward drags his heel
The Mail reported that Manchester United executive Ed Woodward has yet to appoint a man to take over responsibility for transfers, or to establish a committee of former players such as Darren Fletcher, Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra. Instead Woodward continues to oversee transfer dealings.

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