Manchester United have got arguably the best goal keeper in the world in the form of Spanish international David De Gea.
The former Atletico Madrid star could not perform well with the national side at the World Cup and will be looking to step up big time.
At Old Trafford, United’s second choice shot stopper is Sergio Romero and the Argentine international is an experienced star, who has featured in two World Cups for the La Albiceleste.
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As far as Mourinho’s third choice goalie is concerned, Sam Johnstone is expected to join West Bromwich Albion for £6.5m and the Red Devils are close to replacing him with Stoke City’s Lee Grant, who will turn 36 next year (BBC).
According to Mirror Sport, Man Utd’s offer of £1.5m has been accepted by the Potters and now the veteran goal keeper is set to move to Old Trafford.
Grant has played over 500 games in his career and he has the experience to be a decent back-up for De Gea and Romero.
Last season, the former Derby player just featured in 3 league games for Stoke City (1 draw, 2 defeats) and his last outing was against Liverpool back in November 2017.