Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is reportedly attracting interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid ahead of the summer.
The Spaniard has recently fallen down the pecking order with Dean Henderson starting regularly in goal for the Red Devils.
A recent report claimed that United could consider De Gea’s sale this summer and according to The Mail, both PSG and Atletico are interested.
Les Parisiens are long-term admirers of De Gea, but it is unclear whether they will meet the £50m price tag and his £350,000-a-week wages.
United may need to offer De Gea with a huge pay-off for the final two years of his contract such that he will accept a pay-cut elsewhere.
Meanwhile, Atletico are also in the running to sign their former graduate, but a move will largely depend on the future of Jan Oblak.
Oblak has a stunning £103m release clause on his contract, and Atletico will only sanction his departure if the price is met.
United are reportedly keen on signing him, and De Gea could be used as a makeweight to land the Slovenian’s services.