If report making the rounds is anything to go by, then David de Gea could remain at Old Trafford for a longer period should Manchester United meets his wage demand.
According to report from the Sun, the Spain international goalkeeper is willing to extend his contract with Manchester United should they meet his £375,000-a-week demand.
The highly rated shot stopper is ready to demand an increase in his weekly wage to remain at Old Trafford.
Sanchez is currently the highest earner in United team with a whooping £505,000-a-week salary.
De Gea is a top target for the Real Madrid in the summer. The Los Blancos are willing to make another offer to sign the Spaniard after failing to secure his services on transfer deadline day in 2014.
However, Jose Mourinho is reluctant to lose his world class goalie and will do anything possible to keep him beyond his current contract.
The £200,000-a-week star current contract expires at the end of next season, with the option of a further one-year extension.
De Gea joined United from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and had made a total of 300 appearances for the Manchester club.
The 27-year old star has also won major titles including the Premier League titles, FA Cup, EFL Cup, Community Shield and the UEFA Europa League with the United.