Manchester Unied Shortlisted Goalkeepers Replace David De Gea : European Giants Manchester United Draw Up Shortlist of 3 Goalkeepers to Replace David De Gea in Case of Real Madrid Move this summer.
Manchester Unied Shortlisted Goalkeepers Replace David De Gea : Epl Side Manchester United have begun to make preparations for the possibility that number one goalkeeper David De Gea leaves the club this summer, with a shortlist of replacements drawn up at Old Trafford by clubs managment.
As the Mail report that both Internazionale and AC Milan’s GoalKeeper mens Samir Handanovic and Gianluigi Donnarumma are being eyed by the Europa League champions, with Manchester City’s Joe Hart a surprise third name on the list aswell.
David De Gea future is likely to occupy a lot of time for those around the club this summer, with a move to Real Madrid rumoured mostly happened- as it has been for much of the last two years, since a deadline day transfer fell through on 2015 due to infamous fax machine problem.
Any resolution is unlikely to be a speedy one, with the player making no secret of his desire to move back to Madrid at some point in his career and manchester United expected to fight hard to keep hold of one of their key building blocks.
Inter Milano keeper Handanovic and Ac Milan stopper Donnarumma have impressive reputations within the Italian game, with the Milan teenager touted as a potential successor to long-time Azzurri number one Gianluigi Buffon in this decade.
Joe Hart, on the other hand, earned the nickname ‘The Butterfly Catcher’ during his single season in Serie A with Torino, a term used in Italy to mocking goalkeepers with a habit of coming for crosses and failing to claim them At Polls.
A mistakens by hart led season has left the City man likely to move on again in the summer, but a move to Man United would be something of a historical anomaly. Transfers between the local rivals are rare at the best of times, but the only player to move from City to Old Trafford in the post-war era remains Wyn Davies, in 1972.