Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard is ready to leave Old Trafford, reports Goal.com.
And, it's understood that the champions will sell their No.2 keeper for around £5 million, if a bid in that region is made.
Lindegaard, who has struggled for opportunities under David Moyes so far this season, has become frustrated with life on the bench at the Theatre of Dreams.
David de Gea is recognised as Moyes' No.1 'keeper at Old Trafford and the United boss now looks ready to let Lindegaard leave the club.
No bids have yet been made for the Danish star, however it has been reported that a number of club's in Serie A are monitoring his situation with the Premier League champions.
The United keeper has only played once under Moyes so far this season and that came in the Red Devils' 4-0 victory over Norwich City in the Capital One Cup a few weeks ago.
Despite signing a new deal at the Theatre of Dreams in August 2012, the shot-stopper now faces an uncertain future.