Manchester United finally seem to have convinced goalkeeper David De Gea that his future is at Old Trafford, and is willing to stay after he was offered a new six-year-contract.
According to Standard News, De Gea will become the highest-paid goalkeeper in the fresh deal, which will seem him take home £375,000-a-week.
The Spanish international was not willing to commit his long-term future after the club failed to give in to his demand of becoming United's highest earner at £450,000-a-week.
De Gea was on the radar for top European sides, including French champions PSG and Italian giants Juventus.
Real Madrid, who have courted the shot-stopper for seasons now, however, cooled their interest, after signing Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea last season.
The goalie suffered a dip in form towards the end of last season, and his costly errors against Chelsea, Arsenal, and Barcelona cost the club a place in the Champions League next season.
He has however been the standout performer for the club in the last six seasons, single-handedly winning matches for the club.
He is expected to be one of the key players for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer next season.