Manchester United star David De Gea is reportedly set to remain with the Old Trafford club in the January transfer window, and is set to seal a new deal with the Manchester side as a result.
De Gea has been exceptional since the start of the season, the loss away to MK Dons aside, and Man Utd fans were understandably fearful that he might move on, especially as his current contract has only 18 months left to run.
The likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are thought to be floating around with an eye on the Spanish stopper, and Real, in particular, were thought to be willing to make a big offer.
They are said to be so keen on the 24 year old that they would look to break Gianluigi Buffon’s 2001 record transfer fee for a goalkeeper, which saw him move to Juventus from Parma for £33 million.
De Gea himself holds the record for a British club, having cost Man Utd £18.9 million.
He could now be set to stay with a new deal, as reported by the Manchester Evening News.