Spanish giants Real Madrid could be set to rekindle their interest in Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea by triggering a £30m release clause next summer, according to The Sun.
Real failed in a lengthy pursuit of the international shot stopper over the summer, after there was a cock up with the paperwork on transfer deadline day.
However, the 25-year-old then seemingly put any talk of an exit behind him by signing a new four year deal shortly after.
But in that deal a clause was installed to ensure that there would be no repeat of last summer’s antics should he eventually decide to move on.
And The Sun claims that Real are now ready to turn to him once again.
The La Liga giants had initially told de Gea that if he didn’t move over the summer then he could forget about joining the club in the future. He had wanted to head home to be reunited with girlfriend Edurne Garcia.
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