It is a surprise to many that David De Gea is still without a club since leaving Manchester United in the summer.
The Spanish international is regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, and it is surprising how a player of his quality is still a free agent.
That could change in the near future, as De Gea is being linked with a possible return to Spanish football.
As reported by the Spanish medium Fichajes, Real Betis and Valencia have expressed interest in signing the 32-year-old.
Real Betis have had goalkeeping problems this season, with Cluadio Bravo and Rui Silva both suffering injuries, so signing De Gea is being considered mandatory.
Valencia currently have Giorgi Mamardashvili in the team, so a move for De Gea seems unnecessary at the moment, just in case the Georgian moves from Valencia in the next 12 months.