Manchester United have made an enquiry for Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to the Daily Mail.
The Red Devils are reportedly one of three Premier League teams keen on the Slovakian international with Aston Villa and Tottenham also said to be in the mix.
United have been heavily linked with Dubravka’s teammate, Sean Longstaff, but in their conversations with Newcastle about the midfielder, they also asked about the shot-stopper.
David De Gea’s contract situation has likely prompted the Manchester club into considering other options. The Spaniard has a contract offer on the table but has still not signed on the dotted line.
With less than twelve months left to run on his current deal, United are concerned they could lose their number one. However, signing a 30-year-old with no real pedigree as his replacement would be a massive surprise.
Dubravka is said to be available for as little as £12m with Newcastle open to a potential sale.