The shot-stopper could still be a Los Blancos player this summer with reports claiming he still harbor the desire to move to the European Champion.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea can still become a Real Madrid player before the end of the transfer window.
Madrid almost completed a move for the Spanish number one in 2015 but the deal fell through at the last minute, and according to journalist Ian McGarry, De Gea still seek a move to the Merengues, but the deal can only be come through if Madrid makes the right offers for both club and player.
According to McGarry, “So we’re looking at under two weeks left of the transfer window left to go, I think United will resist this because trying to get a replacement for De Gea would be very, very difficult for them.
“But what we also know is De Gea sees himself playing for Real Madrid in his career.
“He’s already imagined himself in that shirt.
“He will want the move and if it comes back that they make him personally a very good offer in terms of the contract and that they offer enough money for United to be tempted to sell this could be one that we see finally concluded when the window closes in September.”
De Gea still has two years remaining on his current deal with United.