Man Utd 'will do everything' to sign £45m-rated Sevilla keeper Bono with De Gea out of contract in summer | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED are interested in signing Sevilla goalkeeper Bono, according to reports.

The shot-stopper impressed with his performances for Morocco at the World Cup.

That led United to open talks with Sevilla in January over a potential transfer, report Fichajes.

And although the LaLiga side snubbed the approach, United could make a bid in the summer.

It is believed Sevilla want around £45million for Bono, whose contract expires in 2025.

United will reportedly try to negotiate that price down, and could be boosted in their bid if Sevilla fail to qualify for the Champions League, in which case they may have to sell a prized asset.


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However they face competition for Bono's signature with Tottenham and West Ham.

Spurs reportedly offered Sevilla £20m for the 31-year-old, who has also attracted attention from Bayern Munich.

United have been linked with several goalkeepers in recent months with David De Gea out of contract at the end of June.

He is currently the Reds’ top earner at around £375,000 a week and would have to take a drop of more than 25 per cent to get his wish.

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Boss Erik ten Hag has assured the keeper he has his full backing and is not chasing a new No 1, despite links with Brentford’s David Raya.

United are also said to be working on a deal to sign Porto goalie Diogo Costa, who could break the record transfer for a goalkeeper which stands at £72m for Kepa Arrizabalaga.

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