David de Gea’s future at Old Trafford is still not secure yet, as the Spanish international could be all set to leave the English giants, in the days to come. The reigning champions of Europe, Real Madrid, have plans to add him to their current squad at the Bernabeu once again, after the Los Blancos failed to do so in the past. The La Liga giants are willing to pay a fee of about €50m or so, to get the deal done and this time might actually succeed in their quest for his signature.
After losing out on the chance to sign him previously under Carlo Ancelotti, Zinedine Zidane will look to strengthen his back-line this summer and make things happen for his club.
Though his team is currently leading the points table in the top flight of Spanish football and are performing really well, the French manager knows that there is still room for improvement, as he wishes to retain the Champions League and win more titles.
On the other hand, Mourinho will not want to let go of his priced possession, a man who has made a difference to the end result of matches on various occasions, in the current campaign and the past ones that have gone by.
El Confidencial adds that the 26 year old keeper will make his choice, at the end of the current campaign and whether he decides to leave or stay, will surely have a huge impact on either side next term.