MANCHESTER UNITED star David De Gea has reportedly told Real Madrid he is finally prepared to move to the Bernabeu - but on two conditions.
Real Madrid infamously tried to sign De Gea from Manchester United in 2015, agreeing a £30million deal with the Red Devils and including Keylor Navas.
However, the transfer collapsed due to paperwork issues, with De Gea going on to sign a new contract mere weeks later.
Despite committing his future to the club, though, talk has always been rife that Real will land their man eventually.
And Spanish website Don Balon claim De Gea has told Real he is ready to turn his back on Manchester United at the end of the season, but only if the La Liga giants bow to two of his demands.
The Costa Rica international has emerged as a target for PSG amid reports he has lost the backing of Real president Florentino Perez.
Navas has helped Madrid dominate European football in recent years but, despite that, a parting of the ways could be on the cards.
De Gea reportedly is seeking a guarantee of first-team football and feels that he has a better chance of achieving that with Navas out of the picture.
Don Balon add the Manchester United goalkeeper has warned Real that he does not want another summer saga.
Three years ago, Real’s interest was well-documented but they still left it to the last day of the window to get a deal done.
And the 26-year-old is said to be keen to avoid a repeat of that fiasco.
De Gea reportedly wants any deal sorted well before the World Cup in Russia, where he will start as Spain’s No1.
Julep Lopetegui’s side have been drawn in the same group as Portugal, Morocco and Iran.