Paris Saint-Germain have emerged as rumoured suitors for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea and could make a move next summer.
The Spain international has previously been tipped to join Real Madrid at the end of the season, three years after seeing a deadline-day switch to the Bernabeu collapse.
Madrid could face serious competition from PSG, however, as French news outlet Le10 Sport suggests that the Ligue 1 outfit have targeted De Gea as their next big-money acquisition.
Alphonse Areola and Kevin Trapp are PSG's current keepers, with the former emerging as first choice this season but reportedly rejecting the chance to sign a new contract.
De Gea still has two years left to run on his existing United deal, which does not have a release clause included.