Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho seems certain that he will be losing the services of his No 2 goalkeeper Sergio Romero during the summer transfer window and the Portuguese is working swiftly to bring in an apt replacement.
Sergio Romero has received heaps of praises from Jose Mourinho during his time at Old Trafford and the Argentine has performed each time he has been called upon. But in reality, the goalkeeper is still second fiddle to David De Gea and his performances have only been limited to cup competitions.
Now it seems that the Argentine is adamant to move out of the club in search of a regular first team spot.
Joe Hart had a very public fallout with Pep Guardiola two summers back and since then the former English No 1 has been moving around Europe in order to prove his worth.
He has already had two unsuccessful loan spells with Torino and West Ham and there is no chance that the keeper is getting back into the Manchester City squad.
Hart’s disastrous spell at West Ham this past season saw him lose his spot in the first eleven and was eventually left out of England’s World Cup squad.
Manchester United are planning to make a move for Joe Hart in the upcoming weeks but the Man City man is not the only keeper in the radar of Jose Mourinho.
As per the report, United are also looking at the likes of Ben Foster and Celtic keeper Craig Gordon as possible replacements to the outgoing Sergio Romero.