- Real Madrid want one of David De Gea and Thibaut Courtois to replace Keylor Navas
- Madrid are keener on De Gea but the Manchester United keeper might stay in England
- Courtois wants to return to Spain where his partner and young child still live
David De Gea and Thibaut Courtois tempted by the chance to return to the Spanish capital to become number one for Real Madrid.
De Gea was a late fax away from joining Real in September 2015 before signing a new deal to stay at Manchester United while Courtois has not hidden his willingness to leave Chelsea and go back to Spain at some point.
According to the Sun, Real boss Zinedine Zidane wants a better shot stopper than Costa Rica World Cup hero Keylor Navas despite backing him in public.
Chelsea nor United do not want their first-choice keepers leave, but Courtois, 24, and De Gea, 26, could choose to force the issue.
Sources in Spain claim Courtois, whose partner and young child still live in Madrid, has told his representatives he wants a return to Spain but Chelsea insist the Belgian is not looking to leave Stamford Bridge.
Real president Florentino Perez is more interested in De Gea and Real feel having Spain’s No 1 in goal would be a signal of their intent and are ready to make a £60m bid.
And while Chelsea will be reluctant to allow Courtois to leave, a £50m fee would represent a huge return on the £5m they paid Genk six years ago.