Manchester United are ‘luring’ Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp to the club with a salary offer of €10-11m.

That’s according to Sport 1, who provide new details on United’s potential move for the German goalkeeper today.

Yesterday we covered reports from Germany that stated Manchester United were interested in Trapp as they look to replace David de Gea.

The first of those stated that they had already made an offer for the goalkeeper and that was followed by a claim that Trapp wanted to accept the offer.

Sport 1 follow that up today and state that the ‘poker game’ around Trapp is ‘picking up more and more speed’.

They confirm that Manchester United are keen and ‘luring’ the German international with a ‘handsome’ offer of €10-11m a year in wages.

In addition to this, he has been ‘promised a regular place’ in the team despite the competition from David de Gea, who is considered ‘a shaky candidate’ internally. The Spaniard’s contract at Old Trafford also expires next summer.

Eintracht Frankfurt do not want to lose their number one and are yet to receive an offer from Manchester United anyway.

Coach Oliver Glasner ‘assumes’ the player won’t leave but has admitted ‘everything is possible’ when questioned about the possibility at the Sport BILD Award in Hamburg on Monday.