MANCHESTER UNITED are set to make a last-ditch attempt to persuade Angel Gomes to a sign new treble-your-money contract.
The 19-year-old attacking midfielder is out-of-contract this summer, and free to speak to clubs across Europe this month.
United are desperate to keep hold of one of their prized assets, and are keen for him to pen fresh terms within the next few weeks.
It is understood Gomes is on around £10,000-a-week at present, and the Red Devils would be willing to boost that to around £30,000-a-week.
Old Trafford chiefs would also be open to allowing him to leave on loan, to gain valuable first-team experience next season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has held talks with Gomes, and assured him there is a path to a regular spot in the senior side.
A United source said: “The club want him to stay and sign a new contract. He is seen as a top player going forward.
“Ole has an open relationship with a lot of the squad and Angel is no different. He would be getting a pay-rise.”
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Meanwhile, United are losing their battle to keep hold of Tahith Chong, as his agent continues to seal a move away.
The 20-year-old is reported to have had a bust-up with Solskjaer, and wants to quit Manchester this month.
His agent Erkan Alkan said: “He has come to a point where he feels that he is not going any further. Then it’s time to look further.”