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Manchester United are plotting a shock move for Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez to replace David de Gea and Sergio Romero, according to reports.

The Red Devils are set to undertake a major overhaul of their goalkeeping department this summer.

Romero, 34, has long been linked with a move away after a public fall-out with the club following his failed loan move to Everton last summer.

The Argentine is out of contract this summer and is almost certain to leave on a free.

But Man Utd have also finally decided to call time on De Gea’s long spell at the club, according to Football Insider.

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The Spanish stopper, 30, signed a bumper new contract in September 2019 worth a staggering £375,000 per week until the end of the 2022-23 season.

However, his form since has been rocky with United considering replacing him with Dean Henderson.

United, though, are not pinning all their hopes on Henderson being their No1 for the future.

The club are reportedly eyeing up moves for TWO goalkeepers to replace De Gea and Romero.

And top of that list is Aston Villa’s former Arsenal stopper Martinez – who has kept 14 clean sheets in 27 Premier League games this term.

Emi Martinez has been in excellent form for Villa
Emi Martinez has been in excellent form for VillaCredit: Rex

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