Manchester United hatch easy plan to replace David de Gea

Manchester United hatch easy plan to replace David de Gea

Manchester United hatch easy plan to replace David de Gea

The same article states that Manchester United view the Netherlands worldwide has De Gea's successor at the 20-time English champions.

The report from Calciomercato adds that an offer in the range of €60 million to €70 million could be enough to tempt Milan into considering a sale this summer - a sum that shouldn't be much of a problem for Manchester United.

CalcioMercato claim the 20-year-old is expected to leave AC Milan if they fail to qualify for the Champions League this season.

We'll have to wait and see how things develop over the coming days but if De Gea does leave Old Trafford this summer then Donnarumma would be an exciting replacement for United as he's one of the best young keepers' around.

It is also claimed in the report that Solskjaer is keen on monitoring the progress of academy product Dean Henderson as he continues his progress at newly promoted Sheffield United.

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Has de Gea played his final game for Manchester United? Real Madrid would still need to cough up the funds, but he's worth all the money in the world. "I come and go because David is still there and that's how it is".

He has been linked with a move away from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side after a number of high-profile errors at the end of the latest season. This shows that there is still plenty of life in him, he just needs another confidence boost which he would get at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The Manchester giants now have to start planning for the possibility that they'll have to cash-in on De Gea this summer and it seems Solskjaer has identified Donnarumma as a potential replacement.

But the Daily Record report goes on to say that Ajax are reluctant to sell Onana and have already turned down a bid for the Cameroon global from Manchester United.

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