Man Utd still in contention to sign Spanish goalkeeper?
Manchester United are still in contention to sign Brentford goalkeeper David Raya with Tottenham Hotspur reluctant to meet the asking price.
The Red Devils are looking for a new goalkeeper this summer with the possibility of David de Gea heading for the exit door.
De Gea has refused to accept a pay-cut on his £375,000-a-week wages, and he could leave when his deal expires at the end of June.
This could force United to enter the transfer market for a successor, and it is reported that Raya could be an option for the club.
Spurs have already agreed personal terms with the Spaniard, but they have refused to meet Brentford's £40 million price tag.
Their reluctance to pay the fee could bring United back into the race, though they are also working with a limited budget.
It has been claimed that United can only afford to sign a striker or a goalkeeper unless they recoup funds from player sales.