Tottenham will have to pay £40m to complete a deal for Man United star.
Tottenham Hotspur are faced with the decision of letting their number one goalie exit the club this summer, as the 30 years old Hugo Lloris has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a reunion with his former coach Pochettino, who now manage French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
Tottenham are now planning a summer move to sign a shot stopper to replace Hugo Lloris should he exit Tottenham, and have been linked with a move with 23 years old Manchester United shot stopper Dean Henderson.
Manchester have reportedly set an asking price in the region of £40million for the 23 years old shot stopper, according to reports.
The 23 years old who returned to the Old Trafford last summer after a loan spells with Sheffield United, has failed to enjoy a regular first team start as Solskjaer prefers the use of De Gea as his first choice.
However, Tottenham will have to pay £40m to complete a deal for the Manchester United star this summer, with Manchester United having set the £40m as the 23 years old asking price.
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