Manchester United only need a point from their last two league games to qualify for the Champions League and David De Gea has been one of our best players this season.
The Spanish international has already won the Golden Glove award having kept 17 clean sheets and he has been top class in the goal under Ten Hag.
The 32-year-old will be out of contract next month and the Old Trafford outfit are prepared to extend his stay at the club.
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, Man Utd are ready to agree terms worth £187,500-a-week to keep the former Atletico Madrid man.
The La Roja shot stopper joined the Red Devils back in 2011 and was a key member of the side that won the Premier League title in 2013 under Alex Ferguson.
De Gea has won the Matt Busby Player of the Year award on four occasions and this will be his second Golden Glove in the PL.
He is the highest earner at Man Utd and takes home around £375,000-a-week. The Sun claim the veteran goal keeper wants to stay at the club but for now, the talks have stalled as he has been offered a 50 percent pay cut.
In your opinion, should Ten Hag hold on to David De Gea or move to sign a top young goalie to replace him at Old Trafford?