Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea, is available for €60million, which is the amount that it will take to trigger his release clause.
According to Madrid-based newspaper, Marca, the figure is contained in his new United contract which ends in 2019 with an option for a further year.
De Gea was close to quitting Old Trafford for Real Madrid in September 2015, but the move fell through in on deadline day. He signed a new deal one week later.
Marca claims that Madrid “have not forgotten about De Gea”, but insists that the Spanish giants are happy with their current first choice keeper, Keylor Navas.
With a looming transfer ban, Madrid are also in no position to sign De Gea for at least 18 months.
However, there is every possibility that they will try to land De Gea after that period, when the keeper would be 28.