Both MU and Chelsea are pursuing goalkeeper Robert Sanchez, currently playing impressively in Brighton shirt.
With convincing performances in the English Premier League with Brighton, Robert Sanchez was named in the list of 26 Spanish players by coach Luis Enrique for the 2022 World Cup.
At the age of 24, the future ahead of Robert Sanchez is very promising after two main seasons under coach Graham Potter.
The goalkeeper played 79 games for Brighton and is now a regular member of the national team.
Graham Potter loves Sanchez’s style of play and believes that the former student is a good fit for the controlling style he is trying to build at Chelsea.
As for MU, they are also looking for a new goalkeeper in the context of De Gea’s future is unclear.
The veteran keeper’s contract will expire at the end of this season, but the Red Devils have no intention of renewing because of the towering salary of £ 350,000 / week De Gea is receiving at Old Trafford.
Coach Ten Hag can remove De Gea if he does not accept a reduction of at least half his salary. At that time, Robert Sanchez will be a suitable replacement in the MU wooden frame.
The current contract between Sanchez and Brighton is valid until 2027. However, the contract between the two sides includes a release clause worth 57 million pounds.