Goalkeeper De Gea 109 million pounds to replace who?

Spanish goalkeeper signed a new 5-year contract with "Reds" last year. However, the style of the Spanish goalkeeper was extremely bad. Culminating in confrontation Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final, De Gea made a mistake directly in the second goal, which indirectly led MU 1-3 defeat before "The Blues".

MU blazing transfer: Goalkeeper De Gea 109 million pounds to replace who?
Goalkeeper Oblak (Image Source: Internet)

Goalkeeper Oblak

British media reported that Manchester United have been exhausted with De Gea patience and is planning to replace the find "new guard house" in this summer.

There are many rumors about the possibility of MU will receive the name on loan at Sheffield United's Dean Henderson back to Old Trafford. However, the Daily Mail said MU goalkeeper wanted to own a lot of experience and more class. Therefore, the "Reds" Jan Oblak gave Atletico Madrid into the sights.

Oblak was rated as one of the top European goalie. In La Liga, he won the Zamora trophy (best goalkeeper) of the season since 2019. As of 2015 extension, Slovenia goalkeeper achievements are 105 clean sheets after 191 match appearances. Oblak goalkeeper 100th fastest clean sheets league history Spain.

Obviously the level of keeper 27, is indisputable, but to recruit goalkeeper is extremely arduous task. MU is trying to negotiate to find common agreement on the transfer price. Not exclude the possibility of "Reds" purchase contract of goalkeeper 27 with clause freeing 120 million euros (109 million pounds).

5-star comprehensive upgrade

According to sources the Telegraph, coach Solskjaer wants to bring in 5 recruits to challenge the Premier League title next season. Causes in recent years, Manchester United have been overwhelmingly positive strides to bring back Harry Maguire stars as Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Bruno Fernandes.

MU blazing transfer: Goalkeeper De Gea 109 million pounds to replace who?
Coach Solskjaer (Image Source: Internet)

coach Solskjaer

If we continue to upgrade the team, MU likely regain former glory. And in case of enrollment in the Champions League next season, coach Solskjaer has good reason to make additional claims personnel.

Reportedly, coach and assistant Mike Phelan Solskjaer had ever made up a list of nine names vice chairman Ed Woodward and leadership. But it seems that the new military rulers Norway is one half of that.

When the summer transfer market is open, Solskjaer want another winger, second striker, a midfielder and a defender left to complete the dream team. According to speculation, the main objectives of MU currently includes Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and Kalidou Koulibaly.