With the transfer window set to open next month, Manchester United have reportedly reached an agreement with their first 2021/22 signing.
According to the Daily Mirror, 35-year-old goalkeeper Tom Heaton is close to securing a return to the Red Devils and could complete a move back to the club in June.
The shot-stopper's contract with Aston Villa will expire next month, which will see him become a free agent, and the player is believed to have already held talks with United.
It has been reported that Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero is likely to move on from the 2020/21 UEFA Europa League finalists at the end of the season, having not played a single minute of football throughout this campaign.
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Reports have also suggested that back-up 'keeper Lee Grant is preparing to leave United in the coming weeks, with Heaton set to be third choice behind Dean Henderson and David de Gea.
Heaton came through the ranks at the Red Devils in 2004, spending six years on the club's senior books before leaving to join Cardiff City on a free deal in 2010.
He has since represented Bristol City, Burnley and Villa, while he has also earned three caps for the England national team.
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