Gary Neville believes Manchester United will not win a league title until they sign a new goalkeeper.
David de Gea has consistently been one of the best in between the stick since signing for United back in 2011.
But his position is coming under increasing scrutiny due to a string of mistakes in recent weeks.
And Neville believes that unless they can get an upgrade on him and second choice Dean Henderson, they are likely to fall short.
"We’ve got to start asking questions about David De Gea because the mistakes are coming more regularly now and they cost points,” Neville told Webby and O’Neill.
"The game winning saves, the one-on-one saves are coming less, in my opinion. I think that has to be a question that Ole has to answer.
"Then there’s the question of Henderson, are we saying that Henderson is going to be the number one for Manchester United?
"Honestly, if you want to win the league…If Pep Guardiola or Klopp came into Man Utd, they’d bring a new goalkeeper in."
With that in mind, Star Sport has taken a look at some potential targets for the Red Devils.
Undoubtedly the most ambitious on the list, but if United want to replace the keeper they signed from Atletico Madrid, why not look at their current No.1?
Oblak has spent the last seven years in the Spanish capital and has established himself as one of the best in his position in European football.
If Man United are to sign the 28-year-old however, it will likely break their current transfer record and come close to making him the most expensive stopper in history.
It is understood he has a release clause of more than €100million and in the current financial climate, it feels unlikely that Ed Woodward would sanction such a deal.
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A keeper with a similarly glowing reputation to Oblak, United could save themselves a hefty transfer fee if they look towards the AC Milan star.
The 21-year-old has just months left on his deal at the San Siro and could be signed on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Despite still being relatively young, Donnarumma has more than 200 appearances for the Italian giants and could be a long-term option for Solskjaer.
There could be some issues in persuading his agent to sanction a move, with Mino Raiola's relationship with United bosses strained.
After finally winning the battle for the Burnley starting role, Pope has established himself as one of, if not the best English keeper.
Despite the Clarets' relative struggles this season, Pope has still registered eight clean sheets and is expected to be in the reckoning for Gareth Southgate's starting XI at this summer's delayed Euro 2020.
Chelsea were extensively linked with Pope before they signed Edouard Mendy and he looks primed to make a move to a side competing at the right end of the Premier League table.
A Manchester United keeper with 'Schmeichel' on his shirt just seems right. But it's not just his surname that makes Kasper a viable option for his dad Peter's former team.
Schmeichel has been one of the most consistent performers in the Premier League for a number of years and would likely jump at the chance to follow in his father's footsteps at Old Trafford.
Aged 34, Schmeichel would bring the type of experience that made Edwin van der Sar's transfer such a success under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Leicester wouldn't let him leave on the cheap but it feels a relatively low-risk and high reward move to bring the Dane to the club.
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