Growing talk of David de Gea’s future has in many ways let the Danish keeper off the hook. Of the two keepers it is Lindegaard who has lost the fight for Man United’s starting spot and has dropped far more clangers than his Spanish team-mate this season.
If Sir Alex Ferguson is to bring in an experienced keeper to help add strength in depth between the sticks then the Scot should look to offload the 28 year old.
In the eleven games in all competitions that Lindegaard has started this season Man United have lost five, that says it all.
Victor Valdes (Barcelona)
Experienced Barcelona keeper has stated his intention to leave the Nou Camp and with a contract set to end in the summer of 2014 it is likely that Catalan side will look to sell the 31 year old at the end of the current campaign to avoid losing such a talent on a free transfer.
Valdes may well jump at the chance of a move to Man United and he may fancy his chances of securing the starting spot at Old Trafford.
Victor Valdes is into his eleventh season at the club and has made 487 first team appearances and collected five La Liga titles and three Champions League crowns.