Danny Welbeck has so far refused to put pen-to-paper on a new deal with Manchester United as he enters the final 12 months on his current contract with the club.
The 21-year-old was a regular starter last season and formed an impressive partnership with Wayne Rooney at both domestic and international level.
Welbeck scored 12 goals last season and then continued his form into the summer's European Championships where he featured in every game under Roy Hodgson.
The young striker is still on just £15,000-a-week and The Sun believes that he wants to quadruple this in his next contract, while United are only willing to offer a basic wage of £40,000-week which could rise depending on bonuses.
United have so afar refused to meet with the demands of Welbeck's agent, his older brother Chris, but will certainly be hoping to come to a compromise after losing a number of talented youngsters.
Last season the highly impressive, but often controversial, Ravel Morrison made the move to West Ham, while this summer his former youth team colleague Paul Pogba made the decision to join Juventus.
These two have been followed by another young player in Ezekiel Frryers who has now left the club after his contract expired and is expected to seal a move to Tottenham.
However, Welbeck is a regular in the first team and United will surely do everything to make sure he signs a new deal as he certainly impressed Sir Alex Ferguson last season.