Manchester United are reprodedly waiting until the end of the season before opening contract talks with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The club chiefs want to keep fighting for the title and qualify for the Champions League before Solskjaer is offered a new deal.
According to TheSun, the Norwegian has just 16 months left and SunSport understands United could hand him another two-year deal.
They are willing to give Solskjaer, 47, an increase in wages, taking his annual salary to around £6million before bonuses.
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But his team have been inconsistent, including a shock recent home loss to Sheffield United.
And on top of their Champions League group stage exit, concerns have been raised.
Solskjaer is set to field a strong side in the FA Cup fifth round clash with West Ham on Tuesday night.
David De Gea is set to be dropped to the bench, with back-up goalkeeper Dean Henderson getting another chance.
The United boss said: “Dean has played well when he’s got the chance. He’s developed his game.