Real Madrid set to land Man United star this summer
Los Blancos are desperate to bring the Spaniard back to the capital and hope to take advantage of his contract running down
REAL MADRID are reportedly planning to launch yet another raid on Manchester United for David De Gea.
Los Blancos are determined to bring the Spaniard back to the capital despite several failed attempts.
And with just 18 months remaining on his four-year deal, the Mirror claims Bernabeu chiefs believe they can finally get their man this summer.
United have so far withstood heavy pressure to keep hold of arguably their best performer for the last four seasons.
They were close to agreeing a part-exchange deal involving Keylor Navas but it controversially collapsed at the last minute.
The lure of his hometown as well as playing for Real is a huge draw for ex-Atletico Madrid stopper De Gea, 27.
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But United may have some hope with reports Real have turned their attention to Kepa Arrizabalaga, 23.
According to respected Spanish journalist Pipi Estrada, the Spaniards have already agreed terms with the Athletic Bilbao stopper.
Arrizabalaga would come in far cheaper than De Gea, with his contract expiring in the summer.
And Marca claim the 23-year-old also has a £17.85million release clause in his contract if they wanted to land him in the January transfer window.