Real Madrid are set to demand the signature of Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea as part of any transfer involving the Welsh wizard Gareth Bale back to the Premier League.
Louis van Gaal’s side are believed to be very keen on signing Bale in the summer, and are hopeful of securing a move for around £120 million.
Real are thought to be open to a deal – while Bale has been excellent since his arrival in Spain, they would rather lose him than Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, The Mirror are claiming that Real will not let Bale leave unless they can secure one of their preferred targets in return – Man Utd goalkeeper De Gea.
The Spanish giants are thought to be looking into a £40 million move for De Gea, which Man Utd have tried to block by offering him a stunning new deal.
Now they could demand his inclusion in any deal as an attempt to get their target.