David de Gea could return to Atletico Madrid after 10 years at Manchester United.
The Spanish goalkeeper had left Los Colchoneros in 2011 for Manchester United who had paid 25 million euros for him.
However, De Gea’s departure from the Red Devils in the summer seems inevitable, with coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thinking of giving more space to Englishman Dean Henderson.
The Spanish giants are considering selling goalkeeper Jan Oblak to Paris Saint Germain or Manchester United and De Gea is seen as the adequate replacement.
Marca has reported that Atletico is ready to offer up to 50 million euros for the return of the goalkeeper in the Spanish capital.
However, in order to get De Gea back home, Atletico will first have to sell goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
Los Colchoneros will allow the Slovenian to leave only if an offer of around 100 million euros comes.
The 30-year-old has played 30 matches this season where he has conceded 37 goals, while in 11 meetings he has kept the gate intact. / Telegraphy /