It seems that Manchester United Football Club are looking north of the border when it comes to goalkeeping reinforcements.
After bringing in Andre Onana as the new number one and replacement for David De Gea, there was a question around who would be the number two.
Dean Henderson, who is still on the books, seems set for a permanent departure once he’s recovered from injury – with Nottingham Forest the most likely option. Matej Kovar is set for a move away too, likely on permanent, so it was thought that Tom Heaton may deputise for Onana.
However, after Heaton picked up an injury, people have wondered who will be the backup goalkeeper.
According to The Herald in Scotland, Man Utd have made an initial approach to sign Rangers keeper Robby McCrorie this summer.
In a strange turn of events, Rangers signed former United goalkeeper Jack Butland as their new number one, leading McCrorie to ask for a move away.
It seems he now may be heading in the opposite direction as the broadsheet newspaper, with the Scottish giants asking for £1m for his signature.
Hull City and Polish champions Raków Częstochowa have also expressed interest in the player, but it’s highly unlikely that he’ll turn down United for a move to either of those clubs.
The Herald mention that United have opened dialogue with the player’s camp, with Rangers not expected to stand in the way of his transfer.