Feyenoord goalkeeper Justin Bijlow wants to move to Manchester United but the Dutch champions declare he’s not for sale this summer

Feyenoord goalkeeper Justin Bijlow wants to move to Manchester United, according to Voetbal International. This week it was revealed that Erik ten Hag had identified Bijlow as a suitable replacement for David de Gea, who is set to leave Old Trafford following the expiry of his contract. Manchester United and a number of other Premier League and La Liga clubs are interested in the 25-year-old. Feyenoord have declared that the shot-stopper is not for sale.

Justin Bijlow’s current contract at De Kuip is valid until 2025. The Eredivisie champions are hoping to convince Bijlow to stay by offering the player a new contract. Currently, Arne Slot only has two goalkeepers with Justin Bijlow and Timon Wellenreuther. The team from Rotterdam are currently looking to recruit a third-choice keeper.

VI say that Bijlow would love to make the move to Old Trafford. Manchester United are also said to be in talks with Inter Milan over the signing of André Onana. But, if the Cameroonian goalkeeper remains in Italy, Bijlow could be a brilliant option for Erik ten Hag. The Feyenoord academy graduate featured 25 times in the league last season keeping 12 clean sheets. The Red Devils have already made contact with Feyenoord over a potential move. However, bringing Bijlow to Manchester will be a tough task given Feyenoord’s stance.

GBeNeFN Hugo Hargreaves

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