Manchester United have drawn up a list of three goalkeepers to replace David De Gea should the star leave for Real Madrid.
Inter Milan stopper Samir Handanovic, AC Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma and Man City’s Joe Hart are all reportedly on the list of potential replacements.
The Old Trafford side are confident of holding onto their Spanish international.
However, according to the Daily Mail, Jose Mourinho could be prepared to sanction his sale should they receive a premium price.
De Gea has never hidden the fact that he would like to play for Madrid one day and the La Liga giants could offer a huge cash deal or a player such as Alvaro Morata in exchange.
And should any deal go through, the Red Devils already have the men identified they would like to come in between the sticks.
Hart has no future at neighbours City and is likely to be available for around £25million.
And both Donnarumma and Handanovic are both likely to be available also for United to make a move should the situation arise.
Meanwhile, Mourinho has refused to confirm his renewed interest in Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.
A £35m move for the Swedish centre-half nearly went through in January and it was believed that United would attempt to make another bid for the star this summer.
But Mourinho told Portuguese reporters: “I will not say if I want him or not, I think it’s incorrect.
“Rui [Vitoria, Benfica manager] is not going to be happy with another club manager talking about a player who is his, the president would not be happy to see that.
“Lindelof is theirs and as long as he’s theirs, he’s theirs.”