Manchester United could lose a goalkeeper in the summer, but his name isn’t David De Gea, nor is it Sergio Romero, but Ilias Moutha-Sebtaoui.
According to DH in Belgium, Anderlecht, who are looking around their country and Europe for some reinforcements for the role, handed the 19-year-old a trial recently.
Playing against Brentford for the Belgian side’s U19s, Moutha-Sebtaoui didn’t have the best of games, unable to stop the Championship side from putting four past him.
Even if he didn’t make any mistakes, his lack of match practice allegedly showed.
The Brussels born goalkeeper has spent all of his international career with Belgium’s youth teams, but according to a report back in January, he could switch allegiances to Morocco after allegedly meeting with Hervé Renard.
With Manchester United’s number one spot firmly occupied by David De Gea for now and José Mourinho seemingly holding a soft spot for Joel Pereira, perhaps a move away for Moutha-Sebtaoui might not be the worst idea.
Especially if he can make the Anderlecht goalkeeper slot his own along the way.