Manchester United lead Manchester City in race for Premier League winning goalkeeper

Rufina Vignone
Mag 3, 2017

The former Manchester City and Leeds United shotstopper has come on leaps and bounds since he made the move to the King Power Stadium and was a key figure in helping the Foxes win the Premier League title last season.

With the rumours linking David De Gea with a big money move to Real Madrid not likely to stop anytime soon, the English press will no doubt be connecting the Manchester United with a host of top-class goalkeepers over the coming weeks and months. Schmeichel recently switched his representation from Triple S Management, to join Italian agent Luca Bascherini, who also shares a good relationship with United.

Daily Mirror: Kyle Walker is keen on leaving Tottenham Hotspur for Manchester with the right-back set to earn more than £100,000 per week.

It wrote that Walker "could be the first-team player sacrificed by Mauricio Pochettino as the Spurs boss looks to raise funds".

MESUT OZIL: The Arsenal playmaker reportedly kicked a door after his side's north London derby defeat on Sunday, with the Gunners now willing to listen to offers for him.

It claimed that he has "fallen out with Pochettino over fitness and selection" and would cost between £35 million and £50 million.

Netherlands worldwide Van Dijk has also been linked with Arsenal, but Southampton "have been tempted after Chelsea threw young Denmark centre-half Andreas Christensen into the deal".

The Sun: There could be further bad news for Southampton, as Chelsea are closing in on signing Virgil van Dijk.

United are lining up potential replacements, which includes Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak and Leicester shot-stopper Kasper Schmeichel.

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