Manchester United will step up their bid to land Ajax’s Jasper Cillessen to replace David De Gea – on the advice of keeper coach Frans Hoek, Mirror reports.
Spain's David De Gea is rumoured to be ready to leave Old Trafford to become Real Madrid's new goalkeeper with boss Louis van Gaal eager to find a proper replacement before the start of pre-season.
Meanwhile, former United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar believes Victor Valdes should be the one to take over from the Spaniard.
"Maybe they have the solution already in-house in Victor Valdes," he told BBC Sport.
"It depends whether they are looking for someone with reaction saves or someone who is commanding and a more outfield type of player.
"If your team plays further away from goal and you have a goalkeeper who likes to protect his six-yard box, then the match will not be there.
"Barcelona played a lot away from their goal and that is something Van Gaal finds important. Valdes has a lot of experience and a great pedigree."