Daily Mail is reporting that Manchester United and Real Madrid are locked in the battle for Inter Milan goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
The Slovenia star is almost certain to leave the Nerazzuri after rejecting a new contract offer, with his current deal due to expire in June.
It is believed that AS Roma are seriously thinking about signing him as a long-term successor to Morgan De Sanctis, but it is Manchester United and Real Madrid who lead the chase at the moment.
The Red Devils will make a move on Handanovic in case David De Gea leaves in the summer, with Real Madrid desperate to lure the Spaniard to Santiago Bernabeu.
But, should they fail to succeed in their quest, los Blancos could turn their attention to the Slovenian, who is their long-term target.
Handanovic, 30, has spent last three years at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, making 104 Serie A appearances for the club.