MANCHESTER UNITED goalkeeper David De Gea is ready to push through a move to Real Madrid.
But the Spaniard will only make the switch if two conditions are met.
Real Madrid have chased the Red Devils’ shot-stopper for a number of years.
The La Liga outfit almost completed a deal for De Gea back in 2015 before the move collapsed at the 11th hour on deadline day.
But the Spanish side have remained interested.
And according to Don Balon, De Gea is ready to finally leave Old Trafford in the summer if Madrid bow to his demands.
The publication report the 27-year-old wants Keylor Navas to be sold.
The Costa Rica goalkeeper has enjoyed a successful couple of years at the Bernabeu but is struggling for form this season.
[De Gea wants assurances from Madrid he will be their first choice between the sticks and feels he is more likely to be granted his wish if Navas has been sold.]
[DON Balon claim the second demand is for no summer transfer saga.]