The 27-year-old has been continually linked with a move to La Liga giants, and nearly sealed a transfer in 2015.
A deadline day move broke down after United supposedly failed to fax through the necessary paperwork in time.
With De Gea’s obvious ties to Madrid, the rumours have never gone away. Reports recently stated that the Spaniard would demand to be one of Real Madrid’s highest earners if a move went through.
But United fans will be pleased by Zidane’s latest take on Los Blancos signing the shot-stopper.
“I have two goalkeepers, understand?” the Real Madrid boss told reporters. “I am a Real Madrid coach and I am happy with my two goalkeepers, I will always say the same.
“I saw Keylor well, although we can always give a little bit more, like always.”