Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard appears to be closing in on a move away from Old Trafford with it being reported that the player's agent will travel to England this week to help secure a move for the Danish international.
As reported by Goal.com, the shot-stopper, who has failed to prove himself under Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal, has been told that he has no future at the Theatre of Dreams after the club secured the signature of ex-Barcelona man Victor Valdes this week.
On his way out
In fact, Lindegaard is yet to play in a competitive fixture for United under the new regime, so it's not surprising that he's set to leave sooner rather than later.
It remains to be seen, however, as to whether he stays in England's elite division or whether he moves abroad.
It appears that United will look to recoup the £.3.5 million that they paid for his signature in 2010 under Sir Alex Ferguson.
For now, though, Van Gaal and Co. will be concentrating on today's proceedings as the Red Devils play host to top four rivals Southampton. United will be determined to maintain their unbeaten run as they go in search of another three points on home soil.
A win for United would see them close the gap on second place Manchester City, who were held at Goodison Park yesterday afternoon.
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