De Gea has enjoyed another stunning campaign with Manchester United, helping them to second in the Premier League table.
But his fine performances at Old Trafford could be set to trigger interest from some of the biggest and best clubs in world football.
And Spanish outlet Don Balon say the Red Devil’s expect Juventus, Real Madrid and PSG to try and land the 27-year-old at the end of the season.
Real‘s interest in De Gea dates back to 2015, when the La Liga giants saw a move collapse due to paperwork issues.
Los Blancos remain keen to sign him despite Manchester United holding firm since, particularly with Keylor Navas likely to be shown the door.
Yet United’s difficult relationship with Real means they may be more inclined to flog their star asset elsewhere.
And Don Balon say Juventus and PSG are both ready to pounce.
Juventus are supposedly keen to sign De Gea as a long-term replacement for Gianluigi Buffon, who will retire at the end of the season.
And though they have Wojciech Szczesny on their books, they may opt to sign an even bigger star.
PSG may also make a swoop, particularly with Kevin Trapp possible on the move this month.
But should United lose De Gea, Jose Mourinho reportedly has two replacements in mind.
Real Sociedad’s Geronimo Rulli could move to Old Trafford, with the 25-year-old currently enjoying a stellar season.
And Atletico’s Jan Oblak is another alternative, though Chelsea could sign him if they lose Thibaut Courtois.