Bild reports that Eintracht Frankfurt want to sort out Kevin Trapp's future out within the next couple of days, with Manchester United chasing the experienced goalkeeper.
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Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer Trapp a four-year deal, with the 32-year-old understood to be keen on joining 'The Red Devils'.
However, the Premier League side must strike quickly if they want Trapp, as Frankfurt want time to bring in a replacement for him before the transfer window closes.
Per the report, Eintracht are not considering making current second-choice goalkeeper Diant Ramaj their new number one.
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