According to Daily Star, Manchester United have identified two Premier League goalkeepers as potential replacements for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
The report claims Manchester United are considering to sign any of Burnley’s Nick Pope and Brighton’s Robert Sanchez as potential David de Gea replacements ahead of the summer transfer window.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly intends to shake things up between the posts, with Manchester United prepared to sell De Gea this summer.
Dean Henderson has impressed in De Gea’s absence after the Spaniard travelled to Spain for the birth of his daughter but the feeling inside Old Trafford is the 22-year-old is too inexperienced to be an outright first-choice – for now.
Burnley valued Pope at £50million last summer when Chelsea and his valuation is expected to go even higher if he has a good Euros with England.
Brighton’s Robert Sanchez is reportedly considered an alternative should Manchester United fail to land Pope from Burnley.