Manchester United face yet another goalkeeper issue as Lee Grant push for exit
The 38-year-old is set to depart from Old Trafford at the end of the current spell after an extension talk proved void.
Lee Grant since his £1.8m move from Stock City has made just two appearances for the Red Devils but has managed to be a popular figure in the squad.
Having been with the Manchester based team since 2018, Grant would be leaving the club by the end of his current contract.
Initially expected to sign a 12-month extension, the English man is now instead expected to leave by the end of June.
This adds another problem for Man United who have just Dean Henderson as the most assured goalkeeper in the squad.
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David de Gea also faces an uncertain future at the club after the £375k per week earner lost his spot to Henderson and now eyeing proper game time elsewhere.
Argentine Sergio Romero is also expected to leave to Everyone by the end of the season after he was frozen out due to his wife’s unprofessional involvement in his United contract.
The 34-year-old’s wife, Eliana Guercio publicly called out the Red Devils for not letting her husband join Everton.
Man United are now faced with another reinforcement task and that is apparently in between the sticks.
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