Replacing De Gea, Man Utd agree to ‘roll out the red carpet’ to welcome ‘Modern-day Lev Yashin’

Recent press stories say that Manchester United has made contact with Borussia Monchengladbach in an effort to obtain the services of goalkeeper Yann Sommer for the 2023 season. This would be in preparation for Manchester United’s next season.

The fact that the Switzerland international’s contract in the Bundesliga is slated to expire at the conclusion of the season has led to him receiving notice prior to the month of January. This is because the deal is set to expire at the end of the current season. At the conclusion of the current campaign, the offer will no longer be valid. The opportunity for the club managed by Daniel Farke to capitalize on the services supplied by the Switzerland international player will not present itself again after this game.

It has been reported that David De Gea and the Red Devils have started negotiations for a new long-term contract; however, this has not prevented the club from looking into other options, as the 34-year-old veteran of the Bundesliga could be on his way to the Premier League if he is signed by another team.

It has been reported by the German tabloid Bild (via Sport Witness) that Manchester United has already “had contact” with Sommer over a prospective transfer for the player. This information relates to a potential move for Sommer. The material in this regard pertains to a possible relocation for Sommer. In spite of this, it is believed that Bayern Munich will offer United with a significant amount of competition at an extremely high level.

Although Borussia Monchengladbach “don’t intend” to let him leave during the winter transfer window, the club does have a “pain threshold” of €5 million (£4 million), which indicates that any kind of offer made in this range is sufficient for the club to consider authorizing his sale. Even though the club “don’t intend” to let him leave during the winter transfer window, the club does have a “pain threshold.” The “pain threshold” for the club is set at €5 million (£4 million), despite the fact that they “don’t plan” to allow him depart during the winter transfer window.

It would be possible for the goalkeeper to “fulfill his dream” of moving to England and playing for Old Trafford on a free transfer in the summer if Bayern were to sign him to a short-term contract that would continue until the end of the season. The contract would continue until the end of the season. Because of this, he would be able to “realize his dream.”


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