Manchester United seek new goalkeeper as they fear losing David De Gea in January window, according to The Sun.
The Red Devils scouts are now on red alert for a new goalkeeper, as despite months of talks, De Gea is yet to sign a new deal at United for a reported £350,000-a-week.
It’s thought that if United are not challenging the top four, the Spain international will want away from Old Trafford and could leave as early as January.
If the 28-year-old does not put pen to paper, Man United could lose the player on a free transfer, which they will do their level best to avoid.
However, although De Gea’s form dipped last season, and potentially only having six months left on his contract, The Sun report that the club still believe they will secure north of £30million for the shot-stopper due to his stature as one of the best in the world.
The Manchester club have Argentine Sergio Romero on their books as well as youngster Dean Henderson, who is currently on loan at Sheffield United.
However, reports suggest they will want to replace De Gea, with Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak and Dinamo Zagreb No.1 Dominik Livakovic top of the wish list.