Manchester United are beginning to grow concerned about the long-term futures of two of their main stars.
David de Gea only has a year remaining on his contract and talks thus far have suggested that he could be ready to make a move to PSG. Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford is yet to sign a new deal with the club.
Juan Mata cannot come to an agreement to extend his stay either.
But it is the situation with De Gea and Rashford that is more worrying, says The Sun.
However, he wanted to put off contract negotiations until the end of the season.
Since then his mindset has altered, and while the likelihood is he will stay, it is no longer a given.
His form, like the rest of the team's, suffered. It is not about the money with Rashford. It is about where he is playing his best years.