Manchester United have been linked with a number of goal keepers and one of them is Moroccan international, Yassine Bounou.
As per today’s version of AS (news image provided below), the Premier League sides will ‘raffle’ to secure the signing of Bono in the summer transfer window.
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The well-known Spanish news source have mentioned that the likes of Manchester United, West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur are after the Sevilla shot stopper.
The 31-year-old African’s current deal with the La Liga side will expire in 2025 and it contains a release clause rising to £44m.
AS claim that Bono is Sevilla’s most saleable player and the Andalusian club know they will receive important offers for him in the summer transfer window.
He was one of the stars of the FIFA World Cup and recently, the veteran has been nominated for FIFA’s The Best award along with Champions League winner, Courtois, and World Champion, Martinez.
The question is, should Man Utd splash the cash to sign Bono and finally replace David De Gea at Old Trafford?
De Gea has been a loyal servant for the Red Devils but he has been past his prime for quite some time.
In the recent years, the La Roja star has been highly inconsistent and in all fairness, he should be allowed to leave upon expiry of his contract in June.
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