Old Trafford goalkeeper feels club set his price too high.
Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has declared his frustration with the club after he failed to transfer away from Old Trafford in the summer window.
The Polish international has struggled to break into the first team with Edwin van der Sar selected ahead of him up until last season, and young Spaniard David de Gea signed as his replacement.
Former club West Bromwich Albion were thought to head the queue for Kuszczak’s signature, but were put off by his £4m asking price.
“I am angry and disappointed with the way I am treated,” Kuszczak told The Sun.
“I had a few good offers.
“The problem was the club who wanted to sell me for £4m.”
Is Kuszczak needed at Old Trafford? Manchester United already have Anders Lindegaard and Ben Amos as backup options, but whether either is capable of stepping in should de Gea become unvailable remains to be seen.
In that case, is £4m too high a fee to demand to sign Kuszczak?