Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann has revealed Manchester United has been in contact in an attempt to sign him this summer.
Manchester United is looking to sign a goalkeeper this summer as an understudy to David de Gea, with Dean Henderson expected to leave the club this summer.
Bachmann, who made just 12 Premier League starts for Watford over the just-concluded season
Has confirmed Manchester United’s interest, with the Austria international believing that outgoing interim manager Ralf Rangnick recommended him to the Red Devils
“There has been contacting with Manchester United,” Bachmann told Sky Sports Austria
It hasn’t just fallen out of the sky. I don’t know whether the team boss [Rangnick] has a say in transfer matters
“Several clubs have shown interest in me – but the most intensive contacts have come from Manchester
“It is a massive honor for a club like that to be interested in you.
“I would be the second choice behind David de Gea, who has been one of the Premier League’s best keepers for years
“But anything can happen in football. The performance principle applies.
“As a result, even big stars can sit on the subs’ bench.”