Manchester United will reportedly make a move for Tottenham Hotspur's Hugo Lloris if their goalkeeper David De Gea leaves Old Trafford this summer.
Dea Gea, whose current contract is set to expire next summer, is yet to sign a new deal at Old Trafford even though the Red Devils are reportedly offering him a new deal believed to be around £200,000 a week.
Although the former Atletico Madrid shotstopper, who has been in excellent form this season, has been heavily linked with a move Real Madrid, he has time and again rubbished these speculations, insisting that he is happy at Old Trafford.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal, who revealed that the Red Devils have offered De Gea "a lot of money", is also confident that the Spaniard will extend his stay at Old Trafford.
"He has to sign. We have offered him a lot of money," said the Dutchman, according to Sky Sports.
Still the former Barcelona boss is reportedly keeping an eye on other options in case things do not work out and the Spaniard ends up moving this summer.
According to the Daily Mirror, United will reportedly be making a move for Lloris if De Gea leaves this summer.
The 28-year-old, despite signing a new five-year deal just a year ago, is reportedly keen to make a move out of White Hart Lane this summer and join a club that can offer his Champions League football.
The Frenchman would certainly be interested in moving to Old Trafford as they are right on course to qualify for next season's Champions League.
However, the Red Devils will only make a move for Lloris if they fail to convince De Gea to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, van Gaal is confident that left-back Luke Shaw will grow and become a top-class fullback in the future.
Shaw, who joined United from Southampton for a reported £30 million last summer, initially struggled at Old Trafford due to a combination of injuries and lack of form.
However, the 19-year-old has been impressive of late, doing very well during United's narrow defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
And van Gaal is confident that Shaw will turn out to be a top-class player in the future.
"I believe in Luke Shaw so, for me, it isn't a surprise," van Gaal told MUTV. "He played very well against Chelsea and I'm very happy for him.
"It is of course the first season of a 19-year-old boy because he is still a boy and he is growing. Maybe, next year, he is an adult on the pitch and I hope so. I believe in Shaw."