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PSG frustrated by Woodward stand over Man Utd keeper De Gea

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Manchester United vice-chairman exec Ed Woodward has no plans to sell David de Gea, it has been revealed.

Despite De Gea refusing to consider new contract talks and about to enter the final year of his current deal, Woodward is refusing to cash in, reports Telefoot.

PSG are eager to bring the Spaniard to Paris this summer after deciding to cut short the stay of Italian veteran Gigi Buffon. They’re willing to meet De Gea’s personal terms, but Woodward refuses to do business.

PSG won’t give up, but sources concede talks “have slowed down” this past week due to Woodward’s stand.

Everything may hinge on De Gea and his willingness to make a transfer demand to get his move away.