Manchester United are currently Unhappy with Goalkeeper David De Gea and could try to sign a replacement, MySportDab reports.
According to Duncan Castles, Old Trafford personnels are concerned about the De Gea’s performances for the club.
In September, De Gea signed a new four-year contract worth a shocking £375,000-per-week.
Since the new contract, the 29-year-old has failed to be consistent and made different unexpected errors during games.
This has made United consider all possible alternatives including Dean Henderson on loan and Ajax Goalkeeper Andre Onana.
MySportDab understands the Red Devils would sell De Gea if a suitable offer was on the table in this summer.
However, United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has spoken up on the summer window plans and believes the coronavirus will have a huge impact.
He said: “Today is different from two months ago.
“We have to adapt, adjust, there are clubs out there struggling more than some.
“It’s a difficult world, and I think the summer market will be very different to what anyone expected.
Manchester United are in fifth in the Premier League with football across the world suspended due to COVID-19.