European Champions Real Madrid is reportedly maintaining their interest in signing Manchester United David de Gea against next summer.
The deal was supposed to have been done and dusted since the summer of 2015 but a delay in the paper hindered the deal.
De Gea has since remained loyal to United by extending his contract by a further four years, but according to Don Balon, Los Blancos feel they owe him for his failed transfer two years ago.
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It is no secret that the former Atletico Madrid goal keeper could prefer a return to Madrid in the future, and the European champions are prepared to try their luck at the end of the 2017/18 campaign.
Although, the Red Devil is not ready to path ways with their custodian anytime soon as he is currently contracted to Old Trafford until the summer of 2019 with an option of prolonging his stay by a further year.
The Spanish international has played in all Manchester United games this season both in the Premier League and the European Super Cup game against Real Madrid, which Manchester United lost 2-1 to Real Madrid earlier in August.