Earlier on Monday, we covered a story from Germany claiming that Manchester United had already made a bid for Kevin Trapp.

The Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper is clearly seen as someone the Red Devils would bring in to challenge and even replace David De Gea in the short term.

Well, if Kicker in Germany are to be believed, that offer has yet to be made, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t coming.

The outlet claim Manchester United have offered the player a ‘four-year contract’, which is something the goalkeeper ‘wants to accept’.

Regarding the offer to Eintracht Frankfurt from the Red Devils, it’s ‘should follow on Tuesday’ and should be ‘in the high single-digit million range’, meaning less than €10m.

Heading to Old Trafford would be a ‘great opportunity’ for the 32-year-old, who returned to Germany after falling out of favour at Paris Saint-Germain.

The question, however, is whether the Bundesliga side will let their goalkeeper go to Manchester United, because ‘giving up a keeper of his class’ a few days before the end of the transfer window is a clear risk.