Manchester United have signed David De Gea up for another five years, the Metro reports.
The Spaniard has signed a new five-year deal with the Old Trafford club, worth £120,000 per week.
The 23 year-old signed for Man United for a British record fee for a goalkeeper in the summer of 2011, £17.8 Million, from Atletico Madrid.
The goalkeeper who recently made his competitive debut for Spain, has been a stand-out performer for the Red Devils over the past two seasons, and had been rumoured to have been high on Real Madrid’s wish-list, with their current number one Iker Casillas having come under scrutiny this season.
The Real Madrid legend joined his current club when he was only nine years of age, and has made a 484 La Ligua appearances for the club, but now appears coming to the end of his career. He has taken much of the blame for country’s 2-1 loss to Slovakia last week, and was subsequently dropped to the bench for the following qualifier, with De Gea playing in his place.