According to the Daily Mail, Manchester United have rejected a bid from FC Midtjylland for goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard.
The Danish international, 30, is now third choice at Old Trafford due to the sensational form of David De Gea and new signing Victor Valdes.
Since his £3.5m move to United from Aalesund in January 2011, Lindegaard has played just 29 games for the Red Devils, and has yet to even feature once under new manager Louis van Gaal.
In fact, van Gaal even told press, as reported here by The Independent, that former Barcelona stopper Victor Valdes fit the profile that he wanted better than Lindegaard.
Therefore, it's something of a surprise that United have snubbed a bid from Midtjylland for Lindegaard, with a return to Denmark on offer.
It's reported in the Daily Mail that United and Midtjylland couldn't agree on a price for the former Odense goalkeeper, leaving his future in limbo once again.
The Daily Mail also note that Norwegian side Molde are interested in a deal for Lindegaard, and it seems that all the signs are pointing to an exit during this month's transfer window.
With Sam Johnstone joining hometown club Preston North End and Ben Amos allegedly told he can leave the club, as reported in the Lindegaard story, van Gaal is really revolutionising his goalkeeping options this month.