Manchester United are keen to offload second choice goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard in the January transfer window, ahead of Victor Valdes’ arrival on a free transfer, as reported by the Daily Star.
The reserve shot stopper played a considerable amount of football in his first season, in part caused by the face David De Gea was suffering an indifferent spell of form.
However, with the departure of Alex Ferguson two summers ago, his opportunities have been increasingly limited.
Louis van Gaal is also believed to see Lindegaard as not up to the level expected of players at the Old Trafford club.
With Valdes now set to sign until the end of next season, his time at the Manchester club is seemingly over.
He could be one of two goalkeepers to leave this month.
Man Utd are willing to let Ben Amos, an academy graduate, leave, should a club decide to make an offer for him.