Manchester United under the rule still leaves a question mark. It's no secret if Sir Alex Ferguson is now chasing the successor Edwin van der Sar, who is rumored to be retiring soon.
Schalke goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, Atletico Madrid goalkeeper David de Gea to Juventus star Gianluigi Buffon has been included in the list of coveted goalkeeper Ferguson.
But instead of pursing a choice, Fergie just added to its coveted list. Anders Lindegaard Danish goalkeeper who currently plays for Norwegian club, Aalesunds FK is now also being monitored spies the Red Devil.
As reported by Goal, Monday, October 11, 2010, Ferguson has even sent goalkeeping coach Eric Steele for monitoring Lindegaard domestic league while playing in Norway. Not only that, Steele was also followed when Lindegaard Danish national team to face Portugal in Euro 2012 qualifier last Friday.
In that game, Lindegaard replaced Thomas Sorensen who only played for 30 minutes due to injury. Although Denmark lost 3-1, Ferguson reportedly satisfied with the appearance Lindegaard is touted as Peter Schmeichel 'new'.
"I know there are some clubs that I monitor for six months. I feel every time you play is always there to monitor me. But, I just want to focus on the team. I do not want to interfere with it," said Lindegaard.
Lindegaard will again be the first choice when Danish qualifier against Cyprus in Euro 2012, Tuesday. But United's move would not be smooth. Section Fulham, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are also interested in taking him.