Real Madrid are reportedly still keen on signing David De Gea from Manchester United.
De Gea came close to moving to the Spanish capital back in the summer of 2015.
And Spanish outlet Diario Gol claim Madrid have told the United goalkeeper they still want to bring him to the Santiago Bernabeu.
The European champions have told De Gea of their intentions to allay fears they could move for Thibaut Courtois.
It has been reported Courtois wants to leave Chelsea for a return to Spain but De Gea is Madrid's No 1 priority.
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Real Madrid legend Roberto Carlos has revealed he snubbed a move to Chelsea during his playing days.
Carlos claims he held talks with Blues chief Roman Abramovich in 2007 but ultimately opted to join Fenerbahce instead.
“I spoke to Roman Abramovich about it,” he told Sky Sports. “We had a meeting in Paris but it didn’t happen due to a few small factors.
“I watch the Premier League every weekend. I think it’s fantastic. One thing you notice is that the teams considered small are capable of surprising the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and City.
“There are so many great players in the Premier League and of course the big teams are always the favourites, but the teams below them also play good football. The mixture of foreign and English players works really well.
“I love English football because it’s real football. I love everything that surrounds it. The public, the atmosphere, the preparation. I always speak to Willian from Chelsea before his games – he loves it here.”
Pepe has reportedly agreed a move to Real Madrid
Manchester United have suffered a blow in their bid to sign Real Madrid defender Pepe.
Express Sport understands Jose Mourinho is keen to bring Pepe to Old Trafford.
However, United have reportedly missed out on the Portugal international.
Spanish outlet Cadena Cope claim the veteran has instead agreed a move to Chinese Super League club Hebei China Fortune.
It is claimed Pepe will earn £12.8million in the Far East, nearly triple his current salary.