The big question on every Manchester United fans' lips this summer is will David de Gea stay or go this summer amid more transfer speculation surrounding the Spanish goalkeeper.
De Gea is entering the final year of his contract at Old Trafford and has yet to sign a new deal after months of talks between all parties.
However, a recent ESPN report suggests United are prepared to offer him a lucrative new deal to persuade him to stay at the club this summer and Unibet have now opened odds on the Spaniard to remain at United this summer at odds of 1/4 (-400).
If de Gea is unable to agree a new deal United are unlikely to allow him to run down his contract and leave for nothing next summer and there is sure to be no shortage of takers.
Should de Gea decide to leave, French champions Paris Saint Germain are favourites to sign the keeper this summer as they look to bring in a replacement for Gianluigi Buffon.
Big-spending PSG would have no trouble paying a sizeable fee for de Gea or meeting his wage demands as they look to continue to buy the best players around.
David de Gea Transfer Odds
PSG are odds on at 4/5 (-125) with William Hill to be de Gea's next club, while Unibet are offering market leading odds of 7/4 (+175) the 28-year-old makes the move to the French capital this summer.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid have continually been linked with a move for de Gea for the last four seasons and they are next in the betting for the goalkeeper's next club.
Madrid, who were a faulty fax machine away from signing de Gea in 2015, are 9/1 (+900) with Unibet and best priced 14/1 (+1400) with Betfair to finally bring the Spain international to the Bernabeu this summer.
Juventus are 11/1 (+1100) with Unibet to land de Gea, while they are as big as 33/1 (+3300) with Betfair to raid United for the talented shot-stopper during the transfer window.
Barcelona are also 33/1 (+3300) with Betfair to sign de Gea this pre-season, but any move to Camp Nou looks unlikely with Marc-Andre ter Stegen the undisputed No.1 goalkeeper at Camp Nou.
A return to former club Atletico Madrid for de Gea very unlikely at 50/1 (+5000) with Betfair but those odds could tumble if Atleti No.1 Jan Oblak leaves this summer, as has been recently suggested.