Manchester United want Wojciech Szczecin if David De Gea joins Paris Saint-Germain

While bringing in a goalscorer seems to be Manchester United’s priority ahead of next season, the goalkeeper position also deserves attention.

Brentford’s victory was completely overshadowed David De Gea’s place in United’s squad under coach Erik ten Haag.

The Spaniard’s one-on-one save earned the Red Devils three points, but the distribution at the back was once again poor and he continued to hit long shots.

DDG is not suitable for ETH style.

The Spain international is not suited to the Dutch boss’ system as Ten Haag need an active defender who can claim crosses, initiate sweeping moves and keep the ball at their feet.

De Gea’s current contract at United expires at the end of the season and the club are in talks to extend his contract, but his initial request has been rejected.

United are set to bring in a new goalkeeper if their No.1 doesn’t leave. Brentford goalkeeper David Raya and Porto’s Diogo Costa have been repeatedly linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer.

Another No. 1 to consider is Juventus shot-stopper Wojciech Szczesny. The Turin-based side may allow him to leave Poland, although his contract runs until 2024.

The departure of the former Arsenal star could lead to a domino effect, with three of Europe’s elite teams set to change their defenders.

If Szczęsny goes to continue GK good-go-round

According to Calciomercatoweb, Szczesny could join the Red Devils while De Gea could wear a Paris Saint-Germain shirt.

“Manchester United appear to be eyeing the Juventus goalkeeper, who could take him to Old Trafford if David De Gea’s exit clause comes true.

“Juventus will consider bringing Gianluigi Donnarum back to Italy should Sizzini’s exit clause materialize and De Gea land in Paris,” the report said.

Ten Hag will have the final call on recruitment and is not yet prioritizing the goalkeeper position, but the end of the season could be a decisive factor.

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