Manchester United might be forced to send David De Gea out on loan during the summer if they fail is selling him, MySportDab reports.
The Spain International has been relegated to being the second choice following his recent poor displays.
Manchester United will have no choice than to send De Gea out on loan with no club currently ready to pay £50 Million for his services.
Dean Henderson have been impressive when called upon as this have led to the current number one sitting out most of the games.
Manchester United will be hoping to get something from the goalkeeper but his price tag of £50 million might proved difficult to sell him.
The 30 year old position as Spain national team goalkeeper has also been put to doubt with Euro coming up very soon.
David de Gea is a “prime candidate” to leave Manchester United on loan in the next transfer window, according to claims by ESPN.
The Spanish goalkeeper has lost his starting berth to Dean Henderson of late and, with a lucrative contract taken into account, may find it difficult to land a buyer in the summer as short-term deals are explored.
No official bid have been made so far for De Dea with Manchester United placing a £50 million price tag on him.