The emerging report have claimed that Man United goalkeeper Matej Kovar, will be leaving the Old Trafford this summer transfer window but on a loan deal.
The 20-year-old goalkeeper only arrived at Man United from Slovacko in 2018 for £45,000 and he is yet to see a first-team football which calls for a need to help him out.
With Dean Henderson returning from his loan spell at Sheffield United, the Red Devils will have to release Matej Kovar to continue his development elsewhere until he can be able to fight for a shirt at the club.
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At the moment, there are a number of controversies at the Old Trafford in the goalkeeping department, with Dean Henderson and Sergio Romero both insisting they want a first-team role ahead of David Dea Gea or they will find their way out of the club.
The Red Devils are still battling to resolve this goalkeeping crisis but it is feared that one of them will have to leave the club on a loan deal or a permanent move with both goalkeepers already having offers on the table.
However, Matej Kovar has shown to have a big potential, the reason why the Red Devils invested in him and they will ensure his future is secured ahead of any other decisions.