Manchester United have reportedly inquired about a potential summer deal for Newcastle United shot-stopper Martin Dubravka this summer transfer window.
The Slovak star has shone in his time in the Premier League thus far and seems like he could make a decent acquisition for a bigger club.
And it looks like a whole host of names are now keen on Dubravka as he’s valued at a bargain sum of around £12m, according to the Daily Mail.
The Mail’s report states Man Utd have enquired about landing the 30-year-old during negotiations with Newcastle over talented midfielder Sean Longstaff.
David de Gea has still not penned a new contract at Manchester United, so another proven EPL performer between the sticks could be perfect for the Red Devils right now.
Tottenham, meantime, are also linked by the Mail as manager Mauricio Pochettino could do with more genuine competition for France international Hugo Lloris, who showed some signs of instability last campaign.
Meanwhile, the report also links Aston Villa and a host of European clubs as possible suitors for Dubravka as clubs supposedly attempt to take advantage of managerless Newcastle United in this difficult period at St James’ Park.