Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard is considering the opportunity to play football elsewhere with his agent playing up talks of a potential switch, Skysports reports.
The 30-year-old made only 29 appearances since joining United back in 2010 as he is currently playing the role of back-up to David De Gea.
Louis van Gaal has confirmed that the Spanish international will be his number one choice between the sticks while 24-year-old Ben Amos is likely to serve as his number two.
With this news, it’s unlikely that the Danish player will retain his place as second to De Gea, leaving his chances of first team football even lower.
Lindegaard’s agent, Michael Stensgaard confirmed the rumours of his client considering an Old Trafford exit.
“Anders would consider staying in England, but he is actually open to other opportunities too,” Stensgaard told Danish news agency Ritzau.
“The important thing is the package is right considering the family, the sport ambitions and of course the finances.”