Man Utd ‘interested’ in goalkeeper transfer as youngster outlines stance

Latest Manchester United transfer news and rumours as they prepare for next season in the Premier League
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Manchester United are back in the Champions League next season. The Red Devils finished 3rd in the Premier League table behind Manchester City and Arsenal in the last campaign.

The transfer window is now open for business meaning Erik ten Hag can add some more players into the squad. Here is a look at some of the latest news and rumours regarding the club...

New goalkeeper eyed

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United are ‘interested’ in signing New England Revolution goalkeeper Dorde Petrovic as they hunt for new additions this summer, as per a report by the Manchester Evening News, but have not yet made contact. The Red Devils could do with some more competition and depth between the sticks ahead of next term to compete with current number one David de Gea.

Petrovic, who is 23-years-old, could be seen as a useful long-term option at Old Trafford and someone who the club could develop. He moved to America only last year from FK Čukarički and he has since adapted well to life in the MLS, making 32 appearances in all competitions since moving to Greater Boston.

Winger update

United winger Amad Diallo would prefer to join Sunderland if he was to be loaned out again, according to reporter Fabrizio Romano on Twitter. Ten Hag is yet to decide what to do with the Ivory Coast international, who has four caps under his belt so far in his career, ahead of next season and is weighing up his options.

The attacker was given the green light to link up with the Black Cats on a temporary last year and he helped the North East side get into the Championship play-offs last season under Tony Mowbray by scoring 13 league goals. He has also had a spell away at Scottish giants Rangers in the past.

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