Manchester United are reportedly considering offering David de Gea to Atletico Madrid as part of a bid for Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
The Red Devils are thought to be keen to sign a new stopper during this summer's transfer window, with De Gea's future at Old Trafford currently being called into question.
Dean Henderson has recently impressed between the sticks, but there are allegedly fears that the England international is not currently ready to be the club's number one.
The report claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are considering offering De Gea and a 'high sum' to the La Liga giants in the hope of convincing them to sell a player who has a release clause of £103m.
De Gea, who recently returned to Spain for the birth of his first child, came through the youth system at Atletico and went on to represent their first team on 84 occasions before arriving in Manchester.
Oblak has again been in impressive form for Diego Simeone's team this term, keeping 15 clean sheets in 35 appearances in all competitions, conceding just 29 times in the process.