Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is poised to leave Old Trafford this summer after agreeing personal terms with Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.

Marca are reporting that the 24-year-old star has reached an agreement with the La Liga giants for a deal worth around £4million a year after tax and believed to be between five and six years in length.

The Madrid-based newspaper also suggests that the only thing missing in the deal is for United and Madrid to agree a fee for the player. It could reach upwards of £30m.

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea looks set for a summer move to Real Madrid

United boss Louis van Gaal may have to begin searching for a replacement goalkeeper at Old Trafford

Spanish star De Gea was spotted catching a flight back to Madrid on Monday during some time off 

Spanish star De Gea was spotted catching a flight back to Madrid on Monday during some time off

De Gea will be a huge loss to Louis van Gaal’s side following another impressive season in Manchester which saw the Spaniard feature in the 2014-15 PFA Team of the Year.

The former Atletico Madrid man, who has also arguably been United’s player of the season, is in line to replace veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas at the Bernabeu.