SHOCKING NEWS: Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms with La Liga shot-stopper after he announced he will be leaving his currently club at the end of the season. Andre Onana’s future is on the line as Manchester United plan to welcome one of la Liga finest goalkeepers to the team. According to reports personal terms have been agreed just waiting for both club to reach agreement. La Liga shot-stopper with 20 clean sheets this season agrees personal terms with Manchester United.


According to Marca, Manchester United is reportedly monitoring La Liga goalkeeper Alex Remiro, who has garnered attention after maintaining 20 clean sheets in 45 appearances this season.

Remiro is attracting interest from various top-flight European clubs, but Manchester United is unlikely to prioritize acquiring another first-choice goalkeeper at this time. Despite paying £47.2m for Andre Onana last July, the Cameroonian goalkeeper has faced challenges, yet his presence has arguably prevented United from experiencing even greater difficulties.

Given the club’s extensive injury woes, Onana cannot be solely blamed for any team shortcomings. However, the same leniency may not extend to manager Erik ten Hag, whose failures may be too significant to overlook.

Although Remiro may depart Real Sociedad in the upcoming transfer window, a move to Manchester United appears improbable, as the club has more pressing areas to reinforce. Strengthening the central defensive position should be a priority in United’s transfer plans this summer.

The injury-plagued Old Trafford outfit, lacking depth in defense due to numerous center-backs sidelined, including all but Jonny Evans from ten Hag’s squad, struggles to remain competitive.

Manchester United requires comprehensive changes this summer across all levels, yet the goalkeeper position is not currently a priority for replacement.

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