David de Gea has put his Greater Manchester mansion up for sale - fuelling rumours that he could be leaving for Real Madrid this summer.
The 24-year-old Spanish keeper has been the subject of months of transfer speculation, as he's thought to be keen on a move back to his home city.
And it would seem he feels confident of the switch after listing his six-bedroom house online with a valuation of £2,750,000.
Real Madrid want De Gea to become a long-term replacement for 34-year-ol Iker Casillas, and it's thought the move could start a goalkeeping merry-go-round, with Tottenham's Hugo Lloris moving to United to replace De Gea.
United are also thought to be interested in Ajax's Jasper Cillessen, who could be available for £18m - a steep fee, but one which will surely be dwarfed by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy's valuation of Lloris.