Premier League giants Manchester United have concluded plans to pay first choice goalkeeper David De Gea off for him to leave the club this summer.
This is according to The Sun which claimed that the Red Devils are ready to give De Gea a £20m payoff for him to join French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) this summer.
David De Gea has one year left on his Manchester United contract but the two parties have not been able to agree on a new deal meaning that the Red Devils risk losing him for free next year.
Manchester United are ready to pay him off for the De Gea transfer to happen with recent reports claiming that PSG are willing to pay between £60m to £65m for the Spanish international shot-stopper.
PSG are in the market for a new goalkeeper following the exit of veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
The Italian international shot-stopper left PSG this summer after his contract expired.
The former Juventus and Parma goalkeeper had earlier signed for PSG on a one-year deal last summer with the option of another year.
According to Buffon, he rejected the option of an additional year when the French giants offered him that option.
He has been linked with a return to former club Parma as well as Spanish giants Barcelona.