David De Gea's release clause reportedly named by Spanish media

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Manchester United's perennial player of the year Anyone who has seen David De Gea play for Manchester United over the past three seasons can be in little doubt as to how important he is to the Red Devils. The Spanish publication claims that Los Blancos are now happy with Keylor Navas but has not completely forgotten about the former Atletico Madrid star as he continue excelling both in the Premier League and with his national team.

He won't be in action on Tuesday night when his countrymen face England at Wembley in the high-profile friendly.

Manchester United star Juan Mata believes Marcus Rashford has the "fearless" mentality needed to reach the very top of the game.

Reports continue to suggest that he will not last that long in England, though, with speculation linking the former Atletico Madrid shot-stopper with a switch to Real Madrid refusing to go away.

Real Madrid are not expected to be put off by the reported €60 million release clause, with the club hierarchy believed to be desperate to make the Spanish number one a Real Madrid player.

De Gea has compatriots among his friends at Old Trafford with the likes of Juan Mata and Ander Herrera around, and even Real may struggle to convince the 26-year-old to uproot his life after five-and-a-half years in Manchester.

Although Jose Mourinho will be in no rush to get rid of him, the signs are that we could be set for another tedious De Gea to Real Madrid saga by the time summer rolls around.