Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will allow David De Gea join Real Madrid next summer only if they could sign AC Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The 26-year-old has been tipped to make a move to Santiago Bernabeu this summer after seeing his initial move collapse in 2015.
United boss Jose Mourinho has also admitted that he allowed De Gea to speak with Real Madrid over a potential move but he claimed that the goalkeeper will not be leaving this summer.
However, rumours over the future of De Gea have refused to die down as his current contract at the Old Trafford remains just one year to expiration.
Meanwhile, Donnarumma was said to be considering a move away from the San Siro earlier this summer but changed his mind to pen a new deal worth £150,000 per week with the Italian giants.
However, reports in the Sun claim that the Italian shot-stopper is considering a move away from AC Milan despite signing a new deal and Mourinho will not hesitate to move for the young keeper.
But United will have to force Milan’s hands with a crazy offer that will see Donnarumma sign for the Red Devils this summer.
Real Madrid are said to be keen on pursuing De Gea this summer after pushing out of a move for AS Monaco youngster Kylian Mbappe.