Manchester United star De Gea has long been tipped to sign for La Liga and Champions League winners Real Madrid.
Two years ago, when Louis van Gaal and Rafa Benitez were in charge of the two teams, a move was agreed.
David De Gea was primed to leave Old Trafford in a transfer that would see Keylor Navas head in the opposite direction.
However, a faulty fax machine ultimately ensured the goalkeeper remained and he has since helped them win three major trophies in the past 12 months.
Despite that, Real remain keen to bring him to Spain and are willing to do whatever it takes to land the former Atletico Madrid star.
And Diario Gol claim United are willing to listen should the right offer come in.
It is said that United will not let him go for less than £50million - a deal that would make him the most expensive goalkeeper of all time.
But time could be on United's side after Jose Mourinho struck an agreement with his former club.
Both teams have supposedly agreed not to negotiate until after their European Super Cup clash on August 8.
Mourinho has previously done his utmost to dampen talk his prized No1 would be leaving.
"David is top in the world and obviously we want to keep the top in the world," he said back in May.
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