The Serbian goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic is reportedly a target for Manchester and Liverpool.
According to Nogo Mania, the two English clubs have expressed interest in the 23-year-old due to his performances for the MLS team New England Revolution.
Nogo Mania, the MLS player, has revealed that he is being pursued by two English clubs due to his recent performances for the New England Revolution.
At the end of the season, Liverpool will need to add more goalkeepers, particularly if Caoimhin Kelleher decides to leave the team.
The 24-year-old goalie needs to move on from Liverpool in order to play consistent first-team football, and he has been linked with several Premier League teams.
Alisson Becker cannot be expected to carry the Reds into the new campaign as their sole dependable goalkeeper, so Petrovic could prove to be a strong backup for the Brazilian international.
Manchester United, meanwhile, must also sign a top-notch goalkeeper.
David De Gea, a Spanish international, has not been at his best, and Dean Henderson is expected to leave Old Trafford in search of consistent playing time.
The 32-year-old is still an excellent shot-stopper, but other aspects of his game have prevented him from easily adjusting to Erik ten Hag’s brand of football. David De Gea has not yet been able to fit in with the Dutch manager’s preference for keepers with impressive distribution skills.
Additionally, he has not signed a renewal of his contract, which expires in the summer.
Petrovic might be a good long-term investment for Manchester United as they will need to enter the transfer market for a goalkeeper.
It is unclear where the 23-year-old Serbian will end up, but he may be tempted by offers from prestigious teams like Liverpool and Manchester United.