PSG ready to sign David de Gea from Manchester United and Lionel Messi to decide Barcelona future this week

Paris Saint-Germain are in the market for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, while
Lionel Messi will open talks with Barcelona on his future from this week, Southampton striker is ready to move back to Liverpool for Champions League football and Real Madrid have given Sergio Ramos a deadline to decide on their contract offer.
Pochettino wants De Gea
Paris Saint-Germain could be willing to offer David de Gea a route out of Manchester United. The 30-year-old goalkeeper has two years left on his current £375,000-a-week deal, and PSG are one of the few clubs who could match those wages while offering up a fee to United. Mauricio Pochettino is looking for a replacement for his current goalkeeper Keylor Navas, reports the Sun.

***: Given United have to find a solution for the future of Dean Henderson, the chance to sell De Gea and recoup a transfer fee, as well as getting his wages off their books, would be a gift. At 23, Henderson needs a season or two to prove his worth with some regular football at Old Trafford, and another goalkeeper would be needed with the expected departure of Sergio Romero and Lee Grant.
Decision time for Messi and Barca
Lionel Messi is set to hold decisive talks over his Barcelona future with the club next week, according to the Telegraph. The 33-year-old flirted with a Camp Nou exit last summer after publicly declaring his desire to leave the Catalan club, but he eventually ended up staying put. However, Messi's contract is rapidly approaching its expiration date this summer and he has reportedly not made a decision on his future thus far. The Argentine superstar will wait until after Sunday's presidential election at Barcelona, so he can discuss his future with the new head of the club.
Ings drops Liverpool hint
Danny Ings has dropped a hint that he wants to return to Liverpool in order to play Champions League football again. The 28-year-old striker left Liverpool for Southampton in 2019 and has a contract that expires at the end of next season. The Mirror has linked him with a return to Anfield, and the striker said: “The atmosphere there was crazy. I have never experienced an atmosphere like Anfield on a Champions League night.” 
Ramos contract offer set to expire
Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Sergio Ramos does not have long to make up his mind on signing a new contract at Real Madrid. The 34-year-old Spanish central defender has been offered a new one-year extension, but has yet to commit his future to the club. The offer has a time limit, and if he does not agree to the deal by the end of March, then it will be rescinded.

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