Sportske has reported that Manchester United are eyeing up the signature of Dominik Livakovic in the upcoming transfer window, as they seek to bolster their goalkeeping options under the watchful eye of Erik ten Hag.
Livakovic has captured the attention of the Red Devils, who are reportedly willing to pay around €10 million for his services. If the move were to go ahead, the 28-year-old stopper would become the first-ever Croatian to don the prestigious Manchester United jersey.
Despite facing some early criticisms, Livakovic silenced his doubters with a string of impressive displays during the tournament. His contributions helped steer Croatia to the semi-finals, and the goalkeeper now appears poised for an exciting new chapter in his career.
Of course, Manchester United will face stiff competition for Livakovic’s signature, with Chelsea among the clubs also believed to be keen on securing his services. The Blues’ potential sale of Edouard Mendy or Kepa Arrizabalaga could pave the way for a move, particularly given the keeper’s relatively affordable price tag.
Livakovic’s contract with Dinamo Zagreb set to expire in 2024, a €10 million transfer fee would represent a smart piece of business for any club looking to strengthen their squad while keeping an eye on their finances.
As Manchester United prepares for the upcoming transfer window, reports suggest that the Old Trafford outfit are keeping an eye on Livakovic with a view to making a move in the summer.
The Croatian could be the ideal candidate for the job. Should the move go ahead, he would become the first-ever Croatian to play for Manchester United.