Man United goalkeeper David De Gea could seal his move to Real Madrid this week as reports emerge that the Spanish giants are back in the hunt to sign him.
According to Marca, Madrid President Florentino Perez has secured the future of defender Sergio Ramos and will now switch his attention to the United star.
Negotiations had reportedly reached a stalemate, but the Spanish giants now wish to bring the shot-stopper in as soon as possible and know that Louis Van Gaal will not keep him against his will.
Marca suggest that an offer of around €40m will be enough to persuade United to part company with their star, while Madrid will then in turn look to sell Keylor Navas and keep Kiko Casilla as a back-up to De Gea.
Meanwhile, the agent of Ramos has travelled to China in order to smooth over his future with Madrid, which in turn leaves United with no option but to consider what they want for De Gea outright instead of being involved in a swap deal.