Manchester United’s number two goalkeeper Tomasz Kuzczak is involved in a possible deal to head for Turkish outfit Galatasaray, with the 29 year old keen to get more game time than he receives at Old Trafford, according to speculation.
The Daily Mail is reporting that the Polish international is fed up at Manchester United after Sir Alex Ferguson made his intentions clear to replace retiring number one goalie Edwin Van der Sar with a new younger player.
Kuzczak has had two starts for Manchester United this season, and while he has been exemplary in all of his performances for the Red Devils, when Van der Sar has not been injured, Kuszczak has spent his time for United on the bench.
Manchester United will step up their search for a goalkeeper with both Van der Sar and Kuzczak planning to part ways with Old Trafford, and while Ferguson has signed Danish international Anders Lindegaard from Norwegian side Aalesunds FK, United has been linked to many possibilities for the number one replacement.
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