Manchester United are weighing up options to sign Morocco goalkeeper, Yassine Bounou.
The Seville goalkeeper has been one of the best performers in the La Liga this season and in line to battle Real Madrid number one, Thibaut Courtois for the best keeper award.
Bounou, born in Canada, has two years left on his existing contract and will cost United £25 million to trigger his release clause as Seville are equally looking to extend his stay by two more years.
Bounou has appeared on the radar of several clubs including Atletico Madrid as well as unnamed teams in the Serie A.
United first choice, David De Gea is in his last 18 months of his contract and the Red Devils will likely cash in on the Spaniard in order to bring in a new goalkeeper with Bounou the preferred choice. Yassine Bounou was in fine form for the Atlas Lions in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.