Real Madrid has given the biggest indication yet that they will be making another bid for Man Utd keeper David de Gea.
Reports coming out of Spain are claiming that the Spanish giants have agreed to terminate the contract of Keylor Navas, which opens the way for a move for de Gea.
It is no secret that Real have coveted the Spanish goalie for some time now and they did come very close to signing him a couple of years back, it now seems that they are preparing the ground to have another go.
Navas had three years of his contract to run at the Bernabeau and the fact that Real have agreed to pay that up and let him leave at the end of the season is very telling.
De Gea has established himself as one of the best keepers around and at just 26 years of age has his best years to come, you can imagine that United will be loathed to let him leave, especially with no release clause in his contract.
That said, the last thing Jose Mourinho will want is to keep an unsettled player in his squad and if de Gea demands a move, the chances are that Mourinho will allow it to happen, but at a cost.
The Spaniard will not go cheaply, Real will have to pay a staggering amount, probably a world record fee for a keeper, something they would likely to be happy to do anyway.