Manchester United could find it difficult to hold on to Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea, after it was revealed that Real Madrid are very keen on making a move for him in January, as reported by fichajes.net.
The site has previously reported that the Spanish giants see De Gea as a possible replacement for the stalwart goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
There have been consistent suggestions on the Iberian peninsula that Kiko Casilla, who plays for Espanyol, would be the preferred replacement to the veteran Casillas.
There is also the matter of Keylor Navas, who Real signed this summer as another option to play between the sticks.
However, there is now the suggestion that De Gea is the chosen man for club president Florentino Perez.
In fact, if Real were to move Casillas on in the winter window, a move for De Gea in January would be considered a realistic prospect for the Champions League winners.