The Red Devils ‘keeper returned to Old Trafford recently from a loan spell at Bolton, but he looks unlikely to have much of a future at Old Trafford with the likes of David de Gea and Victor Valdes very much ahead of him in Louis van Gaal’s pecking order.
A number of Championship and Premier League sides are said to be looking at the 24-year-old stopper, who was tipped to be a big star in his younger years.
Amos is set to be out of contract in a few months’ time, and has confessed recently that he will have to look at leaving the Theatre of Dreams as a fee agent in a bid to get his career moving in the right direction:
“If I’m being totally honest because I am a United fan is why I’ve hung around a little bit more than I should have.” He is quoted by the Daily Star.
“But I don’t regret anything. I’ve learnt every day and pushed myself every day. I’ve given it everything I have to make it at United.
“That’s what I wanted to do. Now I have to look forward and there’s a future after United.
“There’s no secrets about that. I have to go and play football. People might say I’ve waited too long at United.
“They’re probably right but I’m just looking forward now and wanting to enjoy my football.”