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Eintracht Frankfurt’s asking price halting Man Utd’s pursuit of Kevin Trapp


Manchester United’s pursuit of Kevin Trapp may be halted due to Eintracht Frankfurt’s asking price for the goalkeeper.

Erik ten Hag is on the lookout for a new option between the posts to push David de Gea.

It is hoped a new back-up goalkeeper could help the Spaniard rediscover his best form at Old Trafford, or at least provide the Red Devils with greater strength in depth.

Trapp recently emerged as a target for United after he helped Eintracht defeat Rangers via a penalty shootout to win the Europa League last season.

However, the Daily Telegraph claims United have cooled their interest in the player because they are unwilling to meet his club’s €25million (£21m) asking price.

The report adds Ten Hag is a fan of Trapp and remains determined to sign someone who can compete with De Gea.

Further, the chances of United moving for Borussia Monchengladbach ‘keeper Yann Sommer are equally slim.


Time is running out for United if they are to bring in a new shot-stopper before the summer transfer window slams shut on 1 September.

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