Manchester United's David de Gea has reportedly agreed terms on a six-year contract which will make him the highest-paid goalkeeper in world football.
De Gea's future has been the subject of a host of speculation this summer, with the stopper's current deal due to expire at the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
The 28-year-old was reportedly holding off on signing fresh teams due to United's struggles in recent seasons, while his wage demands were also believed to be an issue.
Paris Saint-Germain are said to have shown the strongest interest this summer, but according to The Times, De Gea has now agreed a fresh six-year contract at the Theatre of Dreams.
The report claims that the deal will be worth around £375,000 a week in wages, making the former Atletico Madrid youngster the highest-paid goalkeeper in world football.
De Gea has recently lost his position as Spain's number one goalkeeper to Chelsea's Kepa Arrizabalaga after a disappointing 2018 World Cup and an inconsistent 2018-19 campaign.