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REVEALED: Man Utd find two successors for unsettled De Gea

Manchester United are preparing for the departure of David de Gea.

The Mirror says De Gea has emerged as Paris Saint-Germain's number one choice after contract talks with United stalled over his £350,000 a week wage demands.

It is known that United have had a long-standing interest in Everton star Jordan Pickford, who initially caught the eye of Jose Mourinho last year helping England reach the World Cup semi-finals.

Pickford's form for Everton has dipped this season but he is very much on Solskjaer's radar, even though United may have to pay as much as £60million to tempt Everton into selling.

Atlético Madrid's Slovianian international Jan Oblak is also on their wanted list but they may have to pay more than the world-record fee for a keeper to land him.

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