Paris Saint-Germain have joined Real Madrid in the summer race to sign Manchester United star David de Gea, according to reports from the Mirror.
De Gea was heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford last summer, with Real extremely keen on bringing the Spain international back to La Liga.
And it was thought that the 25-year-old was already on his way to the Santiago Bernabeu after a £29million deal was agreed between the two clubs, but the move was scuppered due to paperwork being sent late to the Spanish Football Association.
Since then, De Gea has signed a new deal with United, but is still constantly being touted to leave at the end of the season.
However, the former Atletico Madrid shot-stopper is unlikely to make a decision until after Euro 2016, but PSG have become another option with the French champions believing they need a world-class goalkeeper to advance further in the Champions League.
De Gea has made 36 appearances in all competitions this term, keeping 14 clean sheets.