Manchester United have turned down a £60million bid for David de Gea from Real Madrid, according to reports.

The Spanish shot stopper has been consistently linked with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu since a proposed move to the LaLiga champions collapsed in 2015.

And it appears Zinedine Zidane has made the 26-year-old one of his key summer transfer targets ahead of another spell of lavish spending.

But it is understood the Old Trafford club are confident of keeping De Gea in Manchester, with the former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper reported to be happy under Jose Mourinho.

Madrid’s offer is more than three times the amount United shelled out for the Spanish number one back in 2011, and almost double the current record fee for a goalkeeper.

De Gea featured sparingly towards the end of the season as Sergio Romero was preferred by Jose Mourinho in the club’s victorious Europa League campaign.